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Overwatch • Jul 17, 2018

xQc Uses a Tyler1 Rant to Explain Everything Wrong with Overwatch

xQc Uses a Tyler1 Rant to Explain Everything Wrong with Overwatch
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Overwatch streamer and former OWL player Felix "xQc" Lengyel has been vocally discontent with recent changes made to the game, and so took direct inspiration from the most anti-developer streamer there is - Tyler1.

Tyler1 is somewhat infamous for his rants directed towards League of Legends developers Riot Games, so xQc took one of his classic rants an repurposed it to highlight everything he thinks is wrong with Overwatch currently.

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Blizzard have been frequently adding new Heroes, frequent patches and updates, but some persistent issues with ranked play and matchmaking also continue.

Balance has been a major point of contention, as, like League of Legends, adding a new Hero can often result in ruining balance, or changing the 'meta' of the game too drastically.

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Recent additions such as Brigette or the new 'Storm Arrow' for Hanzo are not favorites of xQc, which he highlights with the use of Tyler1's incredible rage.

As Tyler1 becomes more and more incensed in the clip, xQc continues to lay out everything he thinks is currently wrong with Overwatch all the way down to ranked play - as Tyler1 shouts "I can't quit!"

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Unfortunately, despite the popularity of Tyler1 and his often enraged complaining about Riot and League of Legends, it has done little to have his views heard. If anything, it has resulted in more dismissive treatment from the developers.

xQc equally doesn't necessarily have a good relationship with Blizzard, after he was given severe punishment for supposed infractions during his time in the Overwatch League, which eventually resulted in him being released from the Dallas Fuel.

It doesn't look like he wants to make attempts to get back in their good books anytime soon.

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