FaZe Jarvis is finally moving on from his Fortnitemare. He has announced via TMZ Sports that he will be playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare from now on. \n \nThe last time gamers heard about his plans was when he posted a video after he was banned, stating that he was taking a break. \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=VeRCfqD28_U \n \nFaZe Jarvis is a very popular content creator who is known for making entertaining Fortnite videos. These videos range from playing competitively to messing around with different weapons. One also featured him using an aimbot modification, which promptly got him banned from Fortnite by the developer Epic Games. \n \nAnd it wasn’t just a ban for a couple days; it was a permanent ban. Epic Games has used the FaZe Jarvis situation as a lesson for all Fortnite content creators and players. They do not tolerate cheating. \n \nIf you haven’t heard about this story or seen his apology video, click here! \n \nHe was given a hardware and internet provider ban from Fortnite, essentially rendering him permabanned. He could still play it at a friend's place under a different profile, but he isn’t able to make Fortnite content or play competitively anymore. \n \nIt looks like he has finally moved on. TMZ Sports interviewed FaZe Jarvis, and he said, "That game's pretty fun. I'm gonna snipe in that game. We're gonna get cracked, and yeah, we're going to send it!" \n \nHe’s talking about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and it looks like his fans can expect some content soon. \n \nIf you take a look at his channel since his ban, he has posted a few videos, but none of them are really about games. He’s made videos like “Going Back to School for a Day – Challenge” and “WORST Reviewed Hotel vs. BEST Reviewed Hotel.” But he hasn’t made any game content since his Fortnite ban. \n \nHe was taking his time to figure out his next steps, and specifically what would be the best game to transition to. Call of Duty is an excellent choice for many reasons, the best being how popular it is. Call of Duty has been one of the biggest first-person shooter franchises in the world for over a decade, and he can get a lot of great content out of it. \n \nHe could have gone with PUBG as well, especially if he wanted to stick with a battle royale game. He may have considered that, but there have been so many rumors and leaks showing a battle royale game mode coming to Modern Warfare, so picking Call of Duty was the best bet.