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PUBG • Apr 30, 2019

Twitch streamer defends PUBG from haters - immediately regrets it

Twitch streamer defends PUBG from haters - immediately regrets it
L: WackyJacky101. R: PUBG.

Twitch streamer Henrik ‘WackyJacky101’ Kjærulff was left immediately regretting his decision to praise PUBG on stream, after the game threw a number of glitches his way.

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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds may have fallen behind the battle royale curve thanks to titles like Fortnite Battle Royale and Apex Legends, but that hasn’t stopped a loyal fanbase continuing to play the game.

However, like pretty much every game, a number of in-game bugs do still remain and even if a player does their very best to avoid them, they can still ruin a session in the most hilarious way possible. 

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WackyJacky's world gets flipped upside down

Only a few minutes into his April 29 stream, the streamer quickly jumped to the defense of PUBG - praising recent updates. “They’re slowly starting to understand their players,” he started. “At least, the players I know that exist. Of course, I don’t know all players obviously, but the players I know like this.”

However, things took an extreme turn for the worst as WackyJacky jumped into a Buggy that appeared in-front of him and was sent barreling through the air as the vehicle glitched out.

Immediately recognizing that the game had just basically thrown his praise back in his face, the streamer slowly turned towards his camera and stared right down the lens with a hilariously deadpan look.

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WackyJacky surveys the aftermath

Once the buggy had landed and he was able to escape the wreckage, WackyJacky didn’t address what had happened and, instead, went in search of another vehicle so that he could get away from the oncoming blue zone.

After he was caught in the zone, the streamer jokingly played a soundbite of PlayerUnknown himself, Brendan Greene, praising the game’s vehicle physics. “Oh, really? You might want to fix that,” he said in response, laughing at the ridiculousness of the whole situation.

While some fans immediately used the moment to bash PUBG, WackyJacky clearly saw the funny side of things and carried on with his match.

Bugs like this are still prevalent in the battle royale title, but Bluehole and PUBG Corp have been hard at work to rectify issues that remain in-game - even if they aren’t able to fix every single one.

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