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Fortnite Battle Royale • May 08, 2019

Angry Tfue on why Fortnite Battle Royale has basically become Nazi Zombies

Angry Tfue on why Fortnite Battle Royale has basically become Nazi Zombies
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FaZe Clan's Turner 'Tfue' Tenney has sensationally revealed that he might stop streaming "terrible" Fortnite Battle Royale, comparing it to one of Call of Duty's most chaotic game modes in an angry rant. 

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The popular Twitch streamer, who has over 5.9 million followers on the platform at the time of writing, has become a constant target for people watching his livestream in order to find out his location on the map. 

However, even after dealing with the problems that causes for quite some time, Tfue flew off the handle during his May 7 stream and turned toxic on members of his chat following several eliminations at the hands of spying players. 

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Tfue has started to land at the ever-changing Block location in Fortnite Battle Royale, but stream snipers are following him.

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"This game is honestly terrible," the professional player said, just moments after being struck down by an SMG. "I can't play this shit anymore. How is this even fun dude?"

A fan commented in the Twitch chat with a suggestion of how to tackle the issue of stream snipers, before being met with a brutal response from Tfue. "Yeah, you would know dude. How many fucking viewers do you get on Twitch? Every game is like Nazi Zombies."

(Tfue starts his stream sniper discussion 21 seconds into the following video)

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The streamer's comments just adds to speculation that he could soon switch Fortnite Battle Royale for another BR game in the future, after being linked with Apex Legends in the past.

"I'm at the point where I would rather not play pubs [public matches] or not play Fortnite, than have to play with a ten minute delay," he also said during the broadcast. 

Whether or not Tfue will actually quit the game in the future remains to be seen, but there was a moment where he had his mouse lingering right over the uninstall button in the Epic Store, as seen below. 

Fans of the Fortnite Battle Royale pro player will be hoping that he can find a way of resolving the issues he's experiencing on the game in the near future, but things don't look too promising.

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