Dr Disrespect decides to quit Warzone again, blames Season 3

Olivia Richman • May 3, 03:41

Herschel “Dr Disrespect” Beahm has been in an off-again, on-again relationship with Call of Duty: Warzone since the game dropped. His love-hate situation with Warzone has been a continuous source of entertainment for a streaming community that was not surprised to see Dr Disrespect quit the game once again during a recent stream. 

Despite Warzone’s epic preseason event, Season 3 has been a source of frustration for many battle royale fans. This is thanks to a stressful number of glitches and persistent lagging that has affected the game’s competitive integrity. The Two-Time is one of the most prominent players to express frustration with the new season. 

During a stream on April 30, Dr Disrespect was attempting to play Warzone with a friend when he kept experiencing an immense amount of lag. 

“If it’s not obvious, it should be, I have no interest in playing this game. Especially with this map and season, it didn’t grab me,” the Doc said. “I really gotta stop playing it and I will. I got one tournament champs, and then we’ll try to figure things out, try to take a break from Warzone.” 

The YouTube streamer added that his reason for quitting this time is that it’s a “bland experience” and is full of “little cheesy shit.” For Dr Disrespect, Warzone was just brimming with things he didn’t want to deal with, including a really bad connection. This was evident during his stream when the Doc wasn’t even moving, yet still fell off of a staircase he was standing on. 

“No joke. No fucking way, man. It’s unplayable,” he said. 

Did Dr Disrespect quit Warzone?

While Dr Disrespect has quit Warzone for now, the Doc will most likely be back on Warzone at some point if his past streams are anything to go by. The popular streamer has expressed hatred and frustration with the game in the past, discussing its bland meta, unbalanced weapons, and even problems with the Gulag feature. He has even uninstalled the game. But Dr Disrespect always seems to come back to Warzone. 

For now, the Two-Time will most likely be playing Apex Legends, PUBG, and Valorant instead. While his fans enjoy watching him no matter which game he’s playing, there’s no denying how entertaining it is to watch the streamer flip out while playing Warzone.

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