A Battlefield 2042 player nail a sniper headshot with a recorder.
Yes, a real recorder. In the clip that you can watch below, Twitch streamer Dinobino manages to hook up the woodwind instrument to the Battlefield 2042 beta on PC, and somehow manages to snipe an enemy player from several hundred meters away using only the musical instrument. does.
It’s a feat of pure genius, and we’re still not really sure how they managed to pull it off. However, if you want to see more recorder action in Battlefield 2042 from this particular player, you can visit twitch collection DeanoBeano’s recent Battlefield 2042 beta stream, where the user plays for over two hours without a traditional controller.
In fact, it’s the latest in a very long line of incredible trick shots using musical instruments. Below, you can watch a clip that surfaced last year, where DinoBino uses a drum kit attached to a Call of Duty game to pull off any way that’s perfect sniper kills in a multiplayer match.
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The original play Battlefield 2042 is one hell of a feat, but it probably won’t be the last. Battlefield 2042 has played out in incredible player-driven adventures ever since it came out earlier this year, classic randizook trick, where a player jumps out of a fighter jet to take down an enemy craft with a rocket launcher, appears in the first revealed trailer for EA’s game.
Battlefield 2042 launches next month on November 19 for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. Before that though, you can check out our full guide to Battlefield 2042 PC requirements to see if your rig can handle EA’s shooter.
visit us Battlefield 2042 Open Beta Preview As for our experience with the game over the past few weeks.