Twitch’s biggest streamer, xQc, is taking a break from GTA V NoPixel Roleplay. With GTA V roleplay being a staple on his channel, what pushed xQc to step away from the game? And will we ever see Jean Paul on the streets of Los Santos again?
xQc’s Break From GTA V NoPixel Roleplay
xQc streamed more than 1300 hours of GTA V Roleplay in the last 12 months. He provided hours of entertainment via his characters Jean Paul and Pierre Paul to thousands of viewers.
Thus, xQc’s sudden break from GTA V NoPixel Roleplay surprised his fans and viewers. xQc, who wouldn’t spend more than 24 hours away from roleplay, hasn’t played the game for more than a week.
xQc Is Not Banned From NoPixel
Viewers began to speculate that xQc stepped away from roleplay due to being banned from the NoPixel server.
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And the speculation wasn’t baseless. In the past, the only time xQc didn’t roleplay for an extended period of time was because he received a ban from the server. However, that isn’t the case.
xQc’s account is in good standing, and he hasn’t committed any offense to receive a ban from the server.
NoPixel Opened The Doors To Stream Snipers
One of the main reasons GTA V NoPixel Roleplay server attracted famous streamers was the fact that they wouldn’t have to deal with stream snipers on the server.
Streamers like xQc could enjoy their gaming experience without the usual frustration of dealing with attention-seeking individuals. The server had an application process, and newly approved applicants would have to wait in a long queue before getting on the server.
However, NoPixel began selling “priority” slots in a controversial move to increase revenue. Players could now pay and skip the long queue to enter the server instantly.
The feature that made the NoPixel server appealing to prominent streamers like xQc no longer existed. NoPixel would now benefit from hundreds of attention-seeking stream snipers who would pay for instant access to the server.
The Cops Going “Too Hard”
Conflict with the police was a daily affair for xQc’s character Jean Paul. However, unlike the early NoPixel 3.0 roleplay days, violent crime and conflict between criminals and police had escalated drastically.
As criminals got bolder and more violent, the cops began to step up the aggression in their response. However, the increase in aggression by the cops led to the criminals getting even more aggressive and non-compliant.
This vicious cycle between the cops and criminals eventually made xQc, and several other streamers with criminal characters, feel that the cops were going “too hard” to secure the “W” and that roleplay wasn’t worth their time anymore.
Jean Paul Has Nothing More To Progress Towards
Another factor in xQc’s loss of interest in GTA V roleplay is the fact that his character, Jean Paul, has nothing more to progress towards.
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Jean Paul now had everything after earning millions of dollars through successful, nail-biting casino heists. xQc’s character isn’t broke anymore. There’s nothing exciting to progress towards and nothing on the line to keep xQc hooked on to roleplay.
However, it isn’t all bad news for xQc’s fans who enjoy GTA V NoPixel Roleplay.
Future content updates on NoPixel will draw the gaming warlord back to Los Santos. There is no doubt that xQc would want to be the first one to complete the next big heist or solve the next challenging puzzle.
xQc’s Break From NoPixel Is Temporary
xQc’s break from GTA V NoPixel Roleplay is temporary. The next big update to the server will attract his attention, and Jean Paul will again run rampant on the streets of Los Santos. We’re sure fans who enjoy xQc’s roleplay are looking forward to his return to NoPixel.
Until then, we can all enjoy the variety of content that the juicer provides his fans and viewers. And it’s just as entertaining, if not more than his GTA V Roleplay.