Shroud speculates that it won’t be long before Felix “xQc” Lengyel lets it all implode since the Internet’s brightest stars gathered on OfflineTV Rust server.
Despite becoming an older game, just before 2020 finishes, Rust has managed to steal the limelight once again. This is all thanks to the comprehensive open environment of the game, which attracted multiple fans, including Jacksepticeye, Shroud, Valkyrae, and the citizens of OfflineTV.
And speaking of OfflineTV, the most common in the game has been their Rust server. This is all because they collected 50 of the brightest names on the Internet on their server. From the likes of Jacksepticeye to Shroud and Pokimane, faces on the OfflineTV Rust server do not expect to see people come together on one computer.
Shroud and his server forecast for OfflineTV
The first few days of the OfflineTV Rust server were smooth yet eventful. Although, much like any game server, at any given moment, things might quickly turn out to be worse. And it does seem that pressures are still growing inside the server in the last couple of days.
Just recently, because of her chat’s toxicity, especially against her mates, Valkyrae had to end her stream abruptly.
Some of the users on the server are now breaking their own factions and creating them. One might say that the server could retain its peaceful (as far as survival games go) state because of this. Michael’ Shroud’ Grzesiek, though, claims differently.
The OfflineTV server might implode soon, according to the former CS: GO pro and Twitch superstar. And because of Felix “xQc” Lengyel, this can all happen.
xQc to pull down the Rust OfflineTV server
Lengyel, or best known as xQc, has a large fanbase and reputation as well. But the credibility he’s received is not necessarily all good. The notorious superstar of Twitch is actually recognized for beginning beef with other famous gamers. He was also recently barred from playing in their Twitch Rivals case by Twitch after he was spotted broadcasting other players sniping.
And now, xQc has also joined the bandwagon and developed a server base for OfflineTV. The former Overwatch pro connects with the people of OfflineTV with a touch of history. But xQc is often renowned for its aggressive personality. Rust is precisely the sort of game that the famous streamer might excite.
“This server is going to implode soon. I can just feel it.” Shroud tells his viewers during a stream. “I can feel something bad happening. Now that xQc is making a base, they’re gonna gather up, and they’re gonna start f— people up. Once that happens, either the server dies, or he gets kicked. That’s what I think is gonna happen.”
So far, audiences are yet to see whether Shroud’s prediction sounds accurate. But seeing xQc attacking and destroying Pokimane on the server lately, his prediction might not be that far from happening.