One of the most popular Twitch streamers Felix Lengyel aka xQc has been playing the Call of Duty Vanguard Beta, but it wasn’t long before he slammed the “busted” TTK and said that people are tankier in this game than in prior games.
Casual players, content creators, and pros have all had mixed feelings about Call of Duty Vanguard’s beta. They’ve pinpointed flaws with field enhancements, visual effects, and skins. And to make matters worse, hackers have also been on the loose.
However, this did not stop the twitch star xQc from giving it a shot. But then it only took a number of deaths for the Twitch star to come to his own conclusion as he stated that the TTK is “busted.”
When an opponent raced through the door where xQc was covering, he was in the midst of a skirmish. He tagged him numerous times, causing the opponent to leap in a desperate attempt to escape. Eventually, the enemy was downed but xQc was killed seconds later by another enemy.
This has caused xQc to get mad stating; “Why is it that I shoot eight bullets and the guy doesn’t die? Like, what is this.”
He also compared it to other games as he added; Compared to other Call of Duty games, people are so f**king tanky. It’s so busted. The TTK is dogsh*t. What it’s going to do is people are going to run with f**king Drum Mags all the time, right? They’re going to be just [holding] left-click the whole time. Just hold down the f**king trigger, man. It’s f**king bullshit. It fosters inaccurate and stupid gameplay.”
When CoD Vanguard was first revealed, xQc raised concerns, and playing it hasn’t seemed to ease all of them. It’s worth noting, though, that it’s not uncommon for developers to improve their games after the beta period has ended. As a result, when the game officially launches on November 5, things could alter.