DrDisrespect is one of the most revered members of the gaming community. Beneath all the pageantry lies a sharp mind that knows a lot about gaming. It is not a surprise at all that he decided to design a map for the upcoming game, Rogue Company. While he has done it before, it has been a while.
After returning to YouTube, DrDisrespect took a keen interest in Rogue Company. He liked it so much that he expressed a desire to design an entire map for it. Now, for those who do not know, DrDisrespect has previous experience of designing a map. Doc has previously helped design many multiplayer maps on Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
He recently tweeted out the 2D schematic of the map for Rogue Company. While it looks good to an untrained eye, Doc did receive some shade from other map designers.
Although, Rogue Company quickly responded and gave him a week’s deadline to come up with a 3D blueprint.
Just hours ago, DrDisrespect posted a picture on Twitter of the 3D model he has been working on. Looking at it critically, it looks similar, in its fundamental design, to traditional maps. The map, which Doc named ‘The Arena’, has three lanes and traditional choke points around the corners.
The streamer has vowed to release a video of the same by next week.
Keemstar was quick to respond to the post on Twitter. He was positively excited to see a studio working with a ‘gaming entertainer’, and encouraged others to follow suit. However, another user suggested it worked only because Doc used to be a designer. In typical Keemstar fashion, the YouTuber hit back with a “level-design” of his own.
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On his stream today, Doc opened up on his designing skills.
“I feel like I barely tapped into my design potential. 3 years into it, I was just getting started.”
With all that experience, it is a given that whatever Doc comes up with is going to be premeditated and precise. Rogue Company will definitely help him out with it as we have seen them partnering up with his live-stream. Now the only question that remains is- will we really see this map in action?