Twitch star Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek has fought in battle royales like Apex Legends, PUBG and Warzone for years, but the popular creator is fed up with the overly saturated genre.
Respawn Entertainment’s Apex Legends is one of the few battle royale games to shoot up significantly given how saturated the genre has become. Shroud has sunk many hours into Apex as well as competitive games like Warzone and PUBG, and he’s even dabbled in Fortnite.
Though Shroud has given way to some incredible gameplay moments over the years, he’s not as passionate about the genre as he once was.
Shroud’s passion for Apex Legends and more has faded
During his Twitch stream of Jan. shroud started a session of Apex Legends just to keep his skills in tip-top shape.
As he recently took a break from battle royales, one fan asked if there are “any issues with the game that are specifically stopping you?”. regarding Apex Legends.
Shroud didn’t hesitate with his answer and simply said, “No, I don’t like BRs at the moment I think. I’m not interested in BRs at all. That’s the only thing stopping me.”
It’s not surprising that Shroud doesn’t seem to love battle royale titles anymore, considering how he previously said the genre had become “boring”.
Shroud keeps bouncing in and out Apex Legends, but it’s been quite a while since the streamer dominated a BR. Over the past few months, shroud viewers have seen the former CS:GO pro become more and more immersed in MMORPGs like Lost Ark and New World.
Whether it’s something completely different or a familiar title for his audience, the streamer continues to rank in the top 20 most followed Twitch streamers, proving he can make any game enjoyable.
https://www.dexerto.com/apex-legends/shroud-explains-why-hes-stopped-playing-apex-legends-or-warzone-every-day-1796609/ Shroud explains why he stopped playing Apex Legends or Warzone every day