“I know it’s late..”- DrDisrespect Changes His Stance On Call of Duty Warzone

Published 05/28/2020, 7:08 PM EDT


Call of Duty Warzone has maintained a top spot in the gaming charts since it’s release in March. Many prominent streamers have taken up the battle royale as their domain, expanding its popularity and presence in the online gaming community. One of the most prominent and entertaining personalities on Twitch, Guy “DrDisrespect” Beahm, is among those who live-stream Warzone regularly. He is never the one to reserve his thoughts for himself. Fueled by violence, speed, and momentum, Doc is known for his energetic style of gameplay. He always has some straight-forward and passionate judgments to deliver about whichever game he is on.

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Meanwhile, Infinity Ward has had its share of issues that have been pestering Warzone since it’s inception. From rampant hackers to inaudible scaling of in-game audio. You name it; they have tried fixing it.

Consequently, Doc has not shied away from revealing his opinions on Warzone. Although he has vehemently criticized and listed out changes when required, he also has dripped the game with praise when deserved. A recent tweet by DrDisrespect conveys the change in his stance.

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DrDisrespect pleased with Warzone’s diversity

In the early hours of May 28, the Two Time blockbuster video game champion explained what he currently feels about Infinity Ward’s battle royale in a tweet.

Just wanted to say it’s incredible to see so many different communities get behind Warzone, both mkb and console/controller.” He carried on, saying, “Really sets the tone for the future of Call of Duty development,” before signing off with his customary seal of approval, “Yayaya yaya.”

Some fans had a hard time comprehending if this is the real Doc they know. Just a couple of days earlier, he posted this hilarious clip of him reacting to aim-assist.

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Others were just as glad to see the rare side of Doc’s personality.

The tender tweet comes after he showcased himself playing Warzone on the PlayStation 4 console in his May 27 broadcast. During the stream, he demonstrated to his viewers the aim-assist experience on a controller. He effortlessly kept dispatching opponents off to the Gulag or back to the lobby.

It is never a fast-paced, high-impact DrDisrespect stream without his theatrics and boasting followed by backing it up. In yesterday’s live-stream, the gaming specimen pulled off an audacious no-look elimination, much to the awe of his viewers.

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After that, the hotshot streamer explained how he likes to poke console players with aim-assist. Since it is the first time Call of Duty has featured cross-platform play, he gives them a “hard time.” But it’s nothing serious. Basically, he’s just “having some fun.”

This highlights a change in DrDisrespect’s stance regarding the aim-assist issue in Warzone that had displeased him.

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Souhardya Biswas

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Souhardya Biswas is an eSports writer for EssentiallySports. He joined the organisation in 2020, wanting to explore the sphere of professional eSports journalism. His passion for gaming started with titles like GTA San Andreas, Far Cry 2, Modern Warfare 2, FIFA 09, eventually developing an interest in Battle Royale games like PUBG and Apex Legends.

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