While he may not have succeeded at the Fortnite World Cup, Tfue is still the most recognizable name in the game and he even looks set to become the face of Twitch itself. That World Cup setback hasn’t stopped him for playing the battle royale, rather, it’s seemingly pushed him to play even more.
He has had a few issues with Fortnite Season 10, however, threatening to uninstall the game and launching a NSFW tirade at Epic Games over the BRUTE Mech suits. Yet, for now at least, he’s still playing Fortnite - that is, however, subject to change, especially if he sticks around after running into a rather strange bug.
During his August 5 stream, Tfue had been playing alongside his longtime duo partner Dennis ‘Cloak’ Lepore and 100 Thieves' Davis 'Ceice' McClellan when they became engaged in a frantic late-game battle in a moving circle.
As they usually do, Tfue and Cloak sought out to take the high-ground - giving themselves an advantage over their opponents. However, things didn’t go to plan. Tenney altered the construction of his floor to give him the perfect drop point onto a bounce pad.
Yet, as he dropped down, the brick floor quickly changed and knocked him off course. He could only offer up a confused “Dude, what?” before rolling back from his camera and not saying anything else for a few moments. “What the fuck was that?” he added, before getting behind his teammate's bid for a win.
While the bug may have annoyed other players to the point where they storm off-stream and don’t return, Tfue soldiered on for a few more hours of trios action.
It’s unknown if the bug, which seems pretty difficult to replicate and relies on back luck, is on Epic Games’ radar and if some sort of fix is in place from the developers.
Of course, it’s probably just too late for the v10.00 content update, which is set to add a brand new sniper and possibly new points of interest.
Tfue, as well as the majority of the player base, will also be hoping it includes a nerf to the Mech suits, which have caused serious controversy since being added, deemed far too overpowered.