A twitch streamer that goes by the name annemunition faced baffling interactions in the game of apex legends. The octane’s jump pad ultimate didn’t work as intended as it failed to make the ability work. the battle royale in respawn comprises of legends roster that possess unique play styles. These are many support-oriented characters and a lot of defense, whereas octane legends are known to create plays via the kit of ability. In an alarming instance, things didn’t go too smooth for annemunition; she was considering making a big play on the incoming squad, this could have gone perfectly, but the game hindered her. On December 10, while she was streaming playing as the octane legend, she appeared to be on the low-ground, this happened when the teammate got engaged in a duel against an attack team. Fortunately, the ultimate of adrenaline junkie was charged to the full, Anne threw that down immediately to hoist herself in the mid of the battle.
Not Yet Clear Whether It’s A Glitch Or Invisible Element
The jump pad lift would have helped annemunition in getting the ideal height along with the trajectory for surprising the other team. It turned out that the ultimate didn’t offer much help at all in terms of lift. The second attempt came out with the same result; she dropped the plan and found another way for scaling towards the building. This straightforward tactic didn’t transpire to be good enough as the enemy squad had that structure already covered as they rotated around it. Once eliminated, she tried to figure out the events that took place. In the two leaps, she took the jump path appeared to have cut before the takeoff could occur. It is not yet clear whether this was a glitch or an invisible element that blocked the path. This would be something that would become the concern for the developers to fix the glitch. This bug turned the octane’s ultimate completely irrelevant and useless.
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