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Sentinels Valorant Player SicK Says He Can’t Enjoy Single-Player Games Because Of The Competitiveness

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22-year-old American former CS:GO player Hunter Mims, known as “SicK,” had played for teams like Complexity Gaming, Team Singularity, and many more. Since April 2020, he has been playing Valorant for Sentinels.

SicK took his official Twitter account to share a new post and revealed his thoughts about single-player games while explaining the effects of the FPS games.

In the post, SicK stated that he can’t enjoy any single-player games since he became a professional FPS player and said that the competitiveness in those games killed the pleasure of playing the story-based games.

Here is what SicK said:

“The pure adrenaline from competing in FPS games has made it impossible to enjoy single-player games. Especially story-driven games, no matter how hard I try to enjoy them they are insanely boring. I use to enjoy these games when I was younger it’s kinda sad, to be honest.

Actually, the last single-player game I played to completion was Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order. That game kept me engaged. I think though I’m giving up on these games for now. Not worth it, just gonna stick to what I know is fun.”

You can read the tweets below.

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