Clix’s trio missed out on a first place in the Trio Cash Cup due to a series of unexpected issues.
Fortnite Battle Royale isn’t without issues. Players have reported various problems, flaws, and broken features of the game since its release in 2017. Epic Games usually fixes these bugs at some time in the future. The infamous glider glitch comes to mind, which lasted much too long in the game. Epic eventually resolved it, but the endless list of issues appears to be infinite.
Cody “NRG Clix” Conrod, a professional gamer, has been a frequent victim of these unforeseen problems, most recently. None, however, have been worse than what happened in this week’s Trio Cash Cup, and it occurred at the worst possible time.
Clix suffered another game crash while leading the Trio Cash Cup with colleagues Logan “BBG Bucke” Eschenburg and Mack “G2 MackWood” Aesoph. This has become a typical occurrence of late. The three gamers were driving through Corny Complex when their vehicle toppled over, causing Clix’s Fortnite program to have a heart attack. He kept playing the game, but there were audio problems, and he couldn’t get out of the automobile or hear any of his teammates. Normally, when a game crashes, the application exits, however, this was not the situation.
Although it appears to be a Fortnite issue, other incidences have people wondering if Clix’s PC is to blame.
Clix’s game crashed again during the end game a few matches later, jeopardizing his team’s chances even more. The Cash Cup’s second incident was less odd. Another game crash occurred as the competition came to a close, indicating that this is very certainly a hardware issue. Clix expressed his dissatisfaction with his status on Twitter shortly after.
Game crashes have been far less common this season than in prior seasons, thus it appears that the young Fortnite pro’s PC is the problem. Nonetheless, the frozen car incident was possibly the oddest of all.