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Twitch streamer transforms flute into Warzone PC controller

Phil Hayton>Published Sep 14, 2022>Call of Duty: WarzoneGaming hardwareA Warzone Twitch streamer transformed a flute into an Xbox controller and even ..

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Phil Hayton >Published Sep 14, 2022 >Call of Duty: WarzoneGaming hardwareA Warzone Twitch streamer transformed a flute into an Xbox controller and even got a sniper killed using only musical notes. It's not magic and the creator of the content is not some weird FPS game snake charmer. But it is amazing and funny to watch the player shoot down his enemies using a silly tune.

A short clip shows DeanoBeano, a musical Twitch streamer, sniping a Warzone player with a recorder. This is one of those annoying plastic flute-flute family instruments you remember from childhood. The content creator can line up the perfect shot using a scoped rifle, and then deliver the final blow with a final tot.

If it isn't Warzone warlock magic then what? The PC controller setup essentially converts audio notes into instructions using a microphone and a MIDI keyboard input converter. However, it does look like technical witchcraft from a distance. Deano isn’t the only steamer to be averse to traditional controls. We have previously seen an Elden Ring harp player defeat Margit with similar technology.



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It's hard enough to snipe enemies in competitive FPS games such as Warzone. But, it's a whole new level of difficulty to pull off the shot using musical notes. While you don't have to follow the streamer's lead, taking down someone with the best keyboard or mouse controller would add an additional layer of hilarious satisfaction.

Deano is also a skilled musician, having played many matches with a recorder and guitar. The creator's YouTube channel is a repository of musical PC shenanigans, so make sure to check it out if your in search of a good laugh.


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