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Dr Disrespect reveals why he was banned from Warzone 2 for a full week

Warzone 2’s Proximity Chat recently led to a week-long ban for Dr Disrespect, and the content creator has now opened up on the reason why.

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Dr Disrespect has been all for Warzone 2’s inclusion of Proximity Chat, but it seems like the feature backfired on him as he recently revealed the full extent of his recent Warzone 2 ban and the reason surrounding it.

As with everything to do with Call of Duty, popular streamer and content creator Dr Disrespect’s love/hate relationship has continued with Call of Duty: Warzone 2.

Even though he has concerns that Warzone 2 could lose its appeal within months, he also believes that Al Mazrah has a ton of potential, and has actually been enjoying a lot of the BR. One of the reasons for this has been the inclusion of Proximity Chat in Warzone 2 & DMZ.

The communication system that allows players to hear real-time audio from other players as they get in close proximity to one another has been a big hit. But if misused, it can also get you banned, as the Doc found out.

Twitter personality Jake Lucky recently shared a clip from a Dr Disrespect livestream that captured the full reason from the Doc on why he was recently banned from Warzone 2.

“I should probably chill on this, you know what I mean with the Proximity Chat. They banned my other one [account] for seven days for Proximity Chat use,” he said.

Doc then confirmed that the reason for the ban was the use of the word “p*ssy” and said: “Underneath Highrise, that whole scene, yeah, that was the one.”

He then went on to address the devs saying that they’re “out of touch” and believes they’re making an example out of him. Doc summed up his thoughts by saying that he’s seen “way f**king worse.”

There have been plenty of controversial Proximity Chat clips of the game doing the rounds on social media, and as Jake Lucky said in response to his own video: “The Doc vs. CoD saga that shall never end.”


With his game company, Midnight Society working on rival first-person shooter DEADROP, a new extraction shooter, and Doc not being invited to Call of Duty Next, the purported animosity between the two is likely set to continue.

Image Credit: Dr Disrespect / Jake Lucky / Activision