Dr Disrespect almost uninstalls Warzone & slams Aim Assist

Andrew Highton
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The long-running saga of Dr Disrespect and Warzone Season 3 has continued thanks to a run-in with a couple of players that have made him question the game’s Aim Assist mechanic.

Warzone Season 3 has proven to be very successful with a lot of the game’s fans, and in our review of it we said it “is in the best place it’s been in for months.” Big changes to Verdansk, every game featuring a variety of different loadouts, and special events have made it different.

And despite agreeing with some of these sentiments early on, Herschel “Guy” Beahm IV AKA Dr Disrespect has grown weary of Warzone, lamented the game’s Solos mode, and the Aim Assist issue has taken the Dr to breaking point.

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During his latest stream with his trusty duos partner Zack “ZLaner” Lane, Dr Disrespect had a couple of battles that resulted in him becoming frustrated, slamming his desk, and even threatening to quit the game again.

In the gameplay clip, he said, “Oh my god! Did he toggle? I’ve never seen Aim Assists be so kind. Training wheels man! Training wheels! That’s what it is.”

Dr was visibly exasperated over what happened, and he felt he encountered another instance of Aim Assist later on: “See how easy, look at the controller, look at the controller. Just accidental.”

After losing yet another 1v1, he almost zones out saying, “Woah, woah, woah, that’s the type of sh*t that makes me want to uninstall the game.”

Dr Disrespect has been very vocal in his wishes to see the game improve, and has gone as far as to say that he is “over” Warzone and wants Battlefield 6 to hurry up.

Despite every complaint and rant that he has about Warzone, the Dr continues to play Warzone and we’re sure this won’t be the end of his disagreements with Warzone.

Image Credit: Activision / Raven Software / Dr Disrespect

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