The video below is a video made by a user called “Achilles,” which has been shared more than 9.5 million times since it was posted to YouTube on Monday.
It features a video of a man in a hoodie playing Overwatch on his laptop.
The video then shows the player using the mouse to aim his cursor and the game’s controller to move around.
The man then takes a screenshot of his screen, then puts it on his Instagram page and posts it to his Twitter feed.
(The screenshot has since been deleted.)
“If you’re watching this, congratulations.
You’re going to die soon,” the man says in the video.
“I’m a gamer.
And I know a thing or two about dying.”
The video ends with the man playing Overwatch and the player, using the keyboard, aiming his cursor at his character, then using the gamepad to move.
He then throws his controller into the air, holding it in place and firing a shot at the player.
The player then fires back at the same time, but with a different trigger pull.
He does this until the player dies.
The game is free to play and has been available on the Oculus Rift since January, though it’s now restricted to people who can’t afford the game.
Oculus is not commenting on the YouTube clip, but a representative told The Verge that it has not made any changes to the game to fix the problem.
The original poster, who has since deleted the video, has also made another video that shows a similar situation with a mouse, with a player firing his cursor on an enemy character.
He fires a shot and the enemy runs, hitting him and dying.
This video also shows the same player shooting at a nearby character.
“The fact that you can just play Overwatch and be able to do this is an awesome thing,” said Sam Zebrowski, cofounder and president of Game Informer.
“It’s amazing to see that so many people are playing this game, and that it’s getting a lot of attention.”
A representative for Oculus did not immediately respond to a request for comment.