This streamer’s humor is remarkable, but in terms of skill, it only makes viewers more funny.
As a streamer, your task is nothing but turning seemingly uninteresting things into great content to serve viewers. Typically, the case of the HandOfBlood guy below, who has just made many fans laugh at his somewhat “bulky” but humorous handling phase.
Shaping HandOfBlood in the game
Accordingly, recently, HandOfBlood has just had an extremely interesting Getting Over It screen. It is famous for being one of the games that causes high inhibition because of the difficulty and muddy level of the game, but in fact, Getting Over It is also “out of trend”, no longer really becoming as popular as it is. here a few years ago. However, HandOfBlood still has a way to make it a very interesting content. That is cosplay as the character in the game, from the action, the setting to the tools to bring laughter to the viewers.
HandOfBlood and his character – they look very similar, don’t they
Not playing in the usual way when sitting on a gaming chair and comfortably holding a mouse, the streamer guy chose the main method to get into a huge super-large cauldron, wearing a fake bald cap to resemble the character in the game and then there, use a styrofoam hammer containing motion sensors to be able to control. Specifically, every time HandOfBlood swings the hammer outside, in the game, the character will also do the same action.
Playing a game like this is exhausting
Playing this type of game at first glance looks quite interesting, but it is extremely exhausting. And with the difficulty of Getting Over It, many people also think that HandOfBlood may not be strong enough to pass the first stage. However, with his own efforts, this guy finally succeeded in temporarily overcoming difficulty level one, when he knocked down a dry tree with a time of nearly 40 minutes. And of course, to break the game is not.
HandOfBlood clearly shows fatigue during livestream
Currently, the livestream session of HandOfBlood is still receiving a lot of attention and support from the online community. Also have to give a compliment to the guy, when he knew how to turn a content that seemed like nothing interesting to become so funny through his unusual way.