You never want to go out this way.
Fortnite might not have a widespread hacking problem on all platforms but it remains an issue for PC players.
The latest incident involves a flying Quadcrasher and pro Fortnite streamer Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney.
In a recent Duos match with himself and Dennis ‘Cloak’ Lepore, Cloak went down, and it looked like hope was lost.
Tfue still thought he had the upper-hand as he eliminated one flying player but didn’t account for another hacker.
A quadcrasher soon pummeled him and led to his death.
This led to the popular streamer saying that cheaters have become too much in Fortnite as he spectated the Quadcrasher flying through the air.
“Yo they’ve adapted bro!” he yelled out on his stream. “What the fuck bro. Yo, I’m fucking pissed man. The cheaters in this game have gotten way too fucking much!”
Hacking in battle royale games, especially on PC, has long been an issue that hasn’t been locked down yet.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds certainly has a bigger epidemic than Fortnite does but that doesn’t mean Fortnite is out of the woods just yet.