'Call Of Duty: Warzone' Streamer Wins Game While Playing 'LEGO Star Wars'
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Self-professed "#1 Call of Duty Athlete" and Twitch streamer itsHunterTV has only gone and done what many thought was impossible for men - multitasking. While that is impressive in and of itself, it's the fact that he was able to secure a win on Warzone as well as completing that trench run scene in 'A New Hope' in the latest Lego Star Wars game.
Tom reviewed Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga on the Xbox Series X, and as one of our most passionate Star Wars boffins on the team, he couldn't wait to climb on board the Millennium Falcon and explore what this galaxy had to offer. "Just going off the beaten track to find a Kyber Brick or a side-mission that leads to a new character all adds to the scale of this massive undertaking that really does feel like a project of passion, that fans of all ages will enjoy," he said.
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The game has been a long time coming and I'm sure that countless players have sacked off the sunshine for a session with The Skywalker Saga, reliving nostalgic memories of the older Lego games and creating new ones with this stellar game. One such show of commitment comes from itsHunterTV who was playing Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga and Call Of Duty: Warzone at the same time while live on Twitch.
Things were getting hairy in Warzone as there was only one other contender left in the ring. The streamer, on the other hand, was the picture of composure, flying Luke's X-wing through the trenches of the Death Star before swapping back to the battle royale. "I'll let the gas kill them, I've got to focus!" said itsHunterTV (who was wearing a cozy bear onesie) before decrying the skills of the other player in words that won't be repeated here. It's groovy to see him seamlessly switch his attention from one thing to the other when time is of the essence - sort of like a chef, or a teacher, or a surgeon.