Twitch star Fuslie went live playing Escape from Tarkov for the first time with help from FPS legend Shroud, resulting in some hilarious moments.
Fuslie’s downfall in first-person shooters is well-documented, as she’s known for her underwhelming performances in that particular game genre.
She recently went viral because try your hand at Valorant, when she was asked by a teammate to “deactivate” after an unsuccessful playthrough.
Now, she’s done it again after trying out the relatively realistic multiplayer shooter Escape from Tarkov… with the help of some experts.
Fuslie failed in Escape from Tarkov
Shroud took the lead in teaching her how to play the game, which can certainly be denser than other shooters.
During the group’s first shootout, Fuslie mistook Shroud for a rival and panicked, shouting “Bad guy, bad guy!” as she aimed her gaze down at him.
Shroud replied, “No, it’s me!” and luckily, Fuslie didn’t open fire. The party cracks up over how nervous she is to even have the ability to get close to the enemy, as she almost decapitated Shroud.
Later, Fuslie thought she was close to her first murder of the session when she rounded a corner and unloaded her gun, only to realize she’d been duped.
“Oh, that’s a picture on the wall!” she laughed. Sykkuno, who was trying to keep the group under control, couldn’t believe it and said, “You… took a picture of a cat on the wall.”
Even with all the growing difficulty, the stream of streamers ended up playing Tarkov for hours and had a blast in doing so.
https://www.dexerto.com/escape-from-tarkov/fuslie-freaks-out-playing-tarkov-for-first-time-with-shroud-1730393/ Fuslie was amazed playing Tarkov for the first time with the Shroud