Twitch star Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel went off on an epic rant against NoPixel GTA RP players who continue to watch his stream to gain information. The former Overwatch pro argues that other users are ruining role-playing by not figuring things out themselves.
After being banned from NoPixel’s main server back in May, xQc’s character Jean Paul has been tearing it up in the popular GTA RP server’s public channel. Despite his quick rise into creating a criminal empire, Lengyel is not entirely happy with the new server.
During his June 16 broadcast, the 25-year-old returned to his stream after ending it to launch into an epic rant. The Canadian slammed fellow players who continue to watch his gameplay sessions to learn valuable information.
xQc hits out at NoPixel players breaking GTA RP by stealing information
The streamer became frustrated after other players seemed to instantly figure out how the lower bank vault worked in the NoPixel GTA server, merely hours after he solved it during his stream.
“I was reading threads of people defending other people for “finding out” the secret of the vault without actually hitting it. And they are all defending it. I… I can’t,” he responded in anger. xQc then cast doubt on other characters solving the vault after his group had done it the same day.
“Hours after we hit the vault, and after our attempt, “Oh dude, I’m just piecing it together! After a month of waiting, dude, I just figured it out, man. It’s just luck, lul” … Come on man. Get a f**king grip, you f**king asshat!” he exclaimed.
This isn’t the first time xQc has expressed his criticism of other NoPixel players watching his stream. A few days into playing on the public server, Lengyel and his group naturally discovered the crafting bench by exploring the map. The streamer was frustrated when other GTA RP characters found it hours later.
“People on day one are now going to the crafting bench. The crafting bench is literally the most late-game thing in the entire city. It’s the most prestigious thing in the entire game,” he explained.
It seems next to impossible to prove whether a player discovered information by watching another character’s broadcast. The fact that xQc’s streams are clipped and left up entirely certainly doesn’t help the situation. According to the Twitch star, an element of role-playing is being broken if the information is being learned outside of the game.
Unfortunately, it seems impossible to crack down on, especially when you are a streamer broadcasting your every in-game move to 90k viewers. So for the time being, it seems that whatever Jean Paul does will inevitably be copied.