Despite the Call of Duty franchise springboarding his streaming career, Dr Disrespect has a polarising relationship with the series. In recent years, the content creator often showcased his skills in Warzone with varying degrees of success.
Having worked on the map design for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, some members of the community value the opinions of the Doc but after his most recent trip to Caldera, the two-time had had enough of the battle royale once again.
Since the launch of Warzone, Dr Disrespect has uninstalled and reinstalled the game on a number of occasions but this time around, the streamer says he will take a break while others continue the hunt for the best Warzone guns to use.
Dr Disrespect waiting for Warzone 2
During a stream on July 27, 2022, the Doc couldn’t open Warzone much to his annoyance. After attempting a range of fixes, the streamer could not open the game and, rather than loading into another title, hit the uninstall button.
“What am I doing?” questions the Doc. “I don’t want to touch Call of Duty until Warzone 2 or Modern Warfare 2. Just take a massive break from it and wait for Modern Warfare 2.” If the streamer isn’t dropping into Warzone, he usually appears in Escape from Tarkov or Apex Legends but the two-time still has his fair share of issues with those games.
When he’s not streaming, Dr Disrespect’s Midnight Society studio is in the process of developing Deadrop. Described as a “vertical extraction shooter,” a selection of players had the chance to play a “snapshot” build of the game resulting in a mixed reception on social media.
Although the Doc says he won’t play Warzone for the next few months, it wouldn’t be a shock to see the streamer dropping into the action in the next few weeks. For more Warzone, check out our guide containing intel on the best Warzone SMG.