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Published: 26/Jul/2018 20:41 Updated: 26/Jul/2018 20:45by DG Goldstein
Dennis ‘Cloak’ Lepore of FaZe Clan makes Fortnite: Battle Royale ‘trickshotting’ look easy on a consistent basis.
As a professional Fortnite: Battle Royale player for FaZe Clan, Cloak has received an immense amount of recognition in recent months for his performances across various tournaments and competitions.
He has amassed a large following of fans and subscribers over the course of his tenure with FaZe Clan, and can typically be found with tens-of-thousands of viewers whenever he goes live on Twitch.
With the return of the ‘Bounce Pad’ in Fortnite, ‘trickshotting’ has started to see a resurgence around the community with players having the ability to go for crazy clips from heights that would typically deal damage after hitting the ground, however, the bounce pads negate this feature.
After bringing the match down to a 1v1, Cloak uses the bounce pad to hit an insane no-scope with the Hunting Rifle while in mid-air and had the most nonchalant reaction possible to the ridiculous clip.
Clean i guess pic.twitter.com/AymYRjw3Tr
— FaZe Cloak (@cloakzy) July 26, 2018
Cloak will be joining forces once again with Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney for the upcoming ‘Summer Skirmish’ tournament hosted by Epic Games which will reportedly be a $500,000 ‘duos’ competition, although, this has yet to be confirmed by the developer at the time of writing.
More content like this can be found on Cloak’s official Twitch channel.