xQc quits GTA RP forever, giving Jean Paul the “Good Ending” to NoPixel saga

xQc looking at GTA RP character Jean PaulTwitch: xQc

Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel has confirmed on stream that his recent departure from the GTA RP world is a forever split. The Twitch star felt the character’s goals were achieved, and they had reached a “Good Ending” in Jean Paul’s journey. 

After a long, tumultuous, and entertaining road on GTA Online’s role-playing servers, xQc has finally called it complete quits on his time walking in his Jean Paul’s shoes.

The streamer took time out on stream after shutting down GTA V for the last time to talk about his time in-game, and what Jean Paul’s goals were.

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“Ending on the casino heist was a good point to leave it on. We were very crime oriented,” he explained.

“Finishing was a lot of fun, we spent a lot of time on it, and it was a Good Ending.”

YouTube: xQc
xQc’s Jean Paul was an outlandish character, often in trouble, that breathed life into the RP servers.

It’s basically a confirmed, permanent exit from xQc, who has been arguably the most popular roleplayer on NoPixel.

In typical fashion, Lengyel also took time to lash out at others who’d given him a tough time throughout Jean Paul’s life.

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“I don’t know why people always kept trying to make fun of the character, because he was poor, but I was invested in doing new stuff, and progressing it,” he said.

“At the end of the day, it’s content, that’s all there is to it.”

“I wanted to create a hub for people to RP around and to have fun in there, but it’s just a public server, and once that’s done there’s nothing else to do”

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Fan response to the news was a mixed bag, some bemoaning him leaving the game, others rejoicing that he’s gone and can focus on other content.

A running theme throughout the discussion was Felix’s impact on the server and the way the game was played.

One comment seemed to sum that community sentiment up best: “Like or dislike xQc, he grew the GTA V RP directly and indirectly in massive ways that makes the NoPixel server what it is today.”

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