Dr Disrespect Shares Yet Another Update on the Rogue Company Map

Published 09/27/2020, 6:45 AM EDT

Dr Disrespect is a venerated member of the gaming community. His comments carry a lot of weight and the viewers know how difficult it is to get a compliment from him.

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Doc, however, has been a huge fan of Rogue Company. So much so, that he created his own map for the game aptly named, ‘The Arena’. Fans know that he has been working on it wholeheartedly as he has shared regular updates of the same on Twitter.

Just a couple of hours back, Doc shared another update on Twitter, informing fans that the art design was almost finished.

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Dr Disrespect is designing a map after a long gap

After returning to YouTube, Doc expressed his interest in Rogue Company by coming up with an idea for a map design for the game. Dr Disrespect has previously designed maps for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. So, he was quite serious about this one.

Doc started by working on a 2D model of the map which he had released on Twitter over a month back. It received mixed reviews, but the developers of Rogue Company were quick to respond and ask him to create a 3D blueprint.

Doc shared the 3D images of his design just a couple of days later and named it ‘The Arena’. The map’s design is fundamental in nature. It is much like the maps he has designed before, with three lanes and choking points at the corners.

The art design looks phenomenal, and it’s possible that he designed the map to promote aggressive firefights and to make combat more interesting. Moreover, this isn’t the first time that devs have collaborated with gamers to produce content for video games.

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Dr Disrespect has a mammoth fan following. It is possible that the fans will purchase the game just to play the map that he has designed. This probably is also the reason why Rogue Company was happy to oblige.

His following makes him an asset for any game or company trying to collaborate with the internet personality. Although, we will have to wait to see how this relationship pans out.

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Nakul Ahuja

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Nakul Ahuja is an Esports author at EssentiallySports. He has spent 11 years doing theatre and is currently preparing for his Master's degree in Journalism. Along the way, he hopes to rake in money as Ninja does.

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