Despite the laughter, the scare has taken him away.
Generally, it has been shown that video games cause positive effects in the player, so we have been able to see how some players have even improved their reflexes, as well as the ability to make decisions quickly and efficiently. All this obviously according to the genre to which more hours are dedicated.
However, the case that we bring you rather shows the opposite, since it has been possible to see that a player has even reached dislocate shoulder playing call of dutybeing this something that really has little to do with the game and rather with what he himself has done while playing, being something that, in addition, has been recorded live because he was broadcasting his game.
Danny is a Call of Duty player who has ended up getting hurt by the reaction after a game
And it is that, this player who answers to the name of Danny, at the end of a Call of Duty game, he got so excited that he stood up, jumped, arched his back until it was finally over falling to the ground, which apparently has caused her shoulder to be dislocated. You can take a look below:
Streamer dislocates his knee while playing Call of Duty pic.twitter.com/u3CbpIXKpQ
—Jake Lucky (@JakeSucky) December 20, 2022
Fortunately, it seems there is nothing serious to regret, since Danny seems to be fine, as he came to publish later through a photo. Of course, it is to be expected that from now on he will be much more careful, since he could have hit his head in what would have been a greater regret.
For the rest, it should be noted that, in a certain sense, one is glad that Call of Duty has a leading role in the industry beyond what will happen to the saga in the coming years, since the purchase of Activision Blizzard and its future on PlayStation seem to have monopolized all the debates around this war saga. We also have to point out that It is unknown which version of the title Danny was playing.being so that this could be either the one released just a couple of months ago or any other game in the franchise.