Dr Disrespect says Warzone 2 is “done” unless devs address “obvious” issues
Hershal ‘Dr Disrespect’ Beahm has yet again shared his opinion on the state of Warzone 2, claiming that he is “done” if the first patch fails to deliver.
Dr Disrespect hasn’t had the best experience with Warzone 2, as not only was the popular streamer not invited to the Call of Duty Next event, which saw content creators play the game for the first time, but the Doc was also recently banned from the game.
Even before Warzone 2 launched back on November 16, Dr Disrespect has been hesitant to praise the game due to his experience with the original Warzone.
Now that the popular streamer has had some time to digest Warzone 2, his opinion hasn’t changed. While Dr Disrespect loves the new map, Al Mazrah, unfortunately, the 2x Champion is not happy with the current state of Warzone 2 Season 1.
In a recent stream with ZLaner and TimTheTatman, Dr Disrespect expressed his frustrations with Warzone 2. As well as raging about the game’s “atrocious audio,” the Doc also says that he feels the game is in “such a bad spot.”
Dr Disrespect elaborates further, saying that he’s “not having fun,” and that the “clear indicator of how this game goes is their first patch.” The Doc says that “there’s so many obvious things that should be addressed” but if the first patch fails to address them, then Warzone 2 will be “done.”
It’s unclear what issues the Doc is directly talking about, but the community has run into a lot of bugs and problems since release, with players calling for the devs to buff “useless” Snipers and also fix the infinite Gas Mask glitch.
The first big patch for the game will likely be the Season 1 Reloaded update, so the Doc will have to wait a little longer for big changes.
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