Another day, another Call of Duty: Warzone complaint from Herschel “Dr Disrespect” Beahm.
Dr Disrespect has been grinding Warzone since Season 5 shipped its final update ahead of the release of Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2. Season 5 includes a lot of map and weapon changes, but it also dropped an event called Heroes vs. Villains that the Two-Time can’t stand.
Heroes vs. Villains is an event that has players choosing a side between heroes and villains. Each team competes to collect tokens inside supply crates. The more tokens a team gets, the better rewards they’ll unlock when the event ends. This event had Dr Disrespect wishing he’d uninstalled the game like he’d initially claimed he would do a few weeks ago.
Dr Disrespect decided to try out the Heroes vs. Villains event but found it completely underwhelming. For a while, the Doc could be seen racing around a house collecting loot while taking down enemies, his facial expression never changing. Then he finally decided to comment on the tokens.
“How does that ever make it out of the boardroom? How does that not get crossed out from the whiteboard immediately? It actually gets pursued and built and implemented in-game?” Dr Disrespect said while shaking his head.
For Dr Disrespect, the addition of the tokens didn’t seem to be adding to his excitement over the game. But this is the streamer’s usual reaction any time he plays Warzone.
On August 26, Dr Disrespect spent a good chunk of his stream ridiculing the Call of Duty battle royale. He ranted to developers about the map, the audio, and the visuals. He even said the franchise was done from a creative standpoint if developers didn’t make some big changes going into Warzone 2.
“How are these things getting approved?” he said during that stream as well.
Dr Disrespect has threatened to uninstall Warzone numerous times in the past and has never been too impressed with the game. But the Two-Time continues to play the popular battle royale very often. It’s possible he is just playing it for research as he continues working on his own battle royale, Deadrop.