The Fortnite star is one of the most recognizable names on Twitch and in the battle royale game, attracting an army of fans wherever he goes and leaving them speechless with some of his highlight plays.
Yet, it’s his pre-game clips that are impressing fans. For the past few days, Tfue has been looking to locate Loot Llamas before dropping into games - even finding them while in the battle bus. However, he’s now taken thing one step further and found them right from the spawn island.
During his July 11 stream, the Fortnite star left thousands of fans speechless when he began looking to find a Llama in the pre-game lobby. Considering how far away the battle royale island is from the loading island, it’s a pretty monumental task to pull off.
Yet, in true Tfue fashion, he managed to aim down his sniper scope and find a tiny purple dot located in a tree in the snow biome. Clearly delighted with himself, Tfue celebrated: “Boom! They talk about my fucking Llama’s bitch. They talk about it.”
Like the majority of his mind-blowing highlights, the clip made its way on to the FortniteCompetitive subreddit, where even those fans couldn't believe what they were seeing.
One posted: “Bro I can't even see it in this clip with slow motion and my face right next to the monitor Lmao.” User Lunplayz added: “How the fuck is he doing this? I know there's a trick to it.”
Sometimes, however, Tfue even finds the Llamas when he's not quite sure where they are. He pulled off that particular trick on July 9.
While grabbing some food, the Fortnite star picked out a few random trees and hit his ping button to see if he could find the loot-filled item. It didn’t take long before he had his eyes on the prize but he didn’t quite celebrate - opting to get a bite to eat while dropping into his match.
Now that Tfue has picked up on it, finding a Llama is probably going to become an impressive skill that many Fortnite players try to master.
Considering just how difficult it is, we’re expecting increasingly impressive highlights as we move forward.
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