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Dr Disrespect claims Warzone 2 Season 2 can’t save the game

Dr Disrespect believes that the Warzone 2 Season 2 update will not save the game, after a frustrating session.

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Popular streamer Dr Disrespect has aired his thoughts on the upcoming Warzone 2 Season 2 update, saying that it won’t save the game.

Warzone 2’s Season 2 update is on the horizon, and with many exciting changes reverting the battle royale back to the experience its predecessor became popular for, such as 1v1 Gulags and looting changes, players are hopeful as Season 1 Reloaded comes to an end.

That said, Dr Disrespect has been a skeptic regarding the state of Warzone 2 ever since its release, and despite being optimistic about the Season 1 Reloaded update, the streamer was left disappointed.

Now, as we edge closer to Season 2, the Doc doesn’t think a new patch is going to do enough to fix the game’s problems.

During the 2x Champion’s January 23 stream, Dr Disrespect was back on Warzone 2, struggling to enjoy the gameplay once again. The streamer has made numerous complaints about Warzone 2 and has even uninstalled the game in the past, but due to a lack of multiplayer shooters, the Doc continues to return.

This time, Dr Disrespect aired his thoughts on the potential of a new patch, which looks promising considering that the changes announced so far have been echoed by the community.

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However, Dr Disrespect doesn’t seem to think the Season 2 patch will be enough, as after a frustrating death, the streamer says that the game is “depression,” complaining about the game’s pace thanks to a slow reload animation.

The Doc goes on to mention Warzone 2 Season 2, saying that Activision’s “little patch ain’t gonna fix nothing either,” as the game puts him in a “dominantly negative” mood.

In the same stream, the Doc even says that PUBG, H1Z1, and Warzone 1 are all better than Warzone 2. Nonetheless, the streamer keeps on returning to the game, and there’s no doubt he’ll be giving Season 2 a go, so we’ll have to wait for his verdict come February 15, 2023.


For more on Warzone 2, check out why Shroud thinks Warzone 2’s DMZ will always be bad and how to disable crossplay in Warzone 2.

Image Credits: Activision / Dr Disrespect