Popular YouTube streamer Herschel “Dr Disrespect” Beahm IV is often at odds with Activision and consistently complaining about the state of Call of Duty: Warzone. Dr Disrespect has also criticized mobile esports titles. But that didn’t stop the Two-Time from checking out Call of Duty Mobile.
And surprisingly, he liked it.
Call of Duty Mobile was released in 2019 and has continued to build a community of competitive mobile players thanks to its consistent updates and a steady stream new content. Call of Duty Mobile recently had a huge update due to Season 4, bringing new game modes and maps to the app. The Doc even said on stream that he was “blown away” by the amount of content in Call of Duty Mobile’s battle royale.
“I mean, you just talk about a lot of fun. I think the mobile community is spoiled,” he said.
The esports community was upset by Dr Disrespect when the big personality said that he didn’t take mobile esports seriously last year. When Dr Disrespect discussed his PC specs and how that made mobile gaming inferior, fans argued that not everyone has enough money to afford a good PC.
One mobile esport competitor even challenged Dr Disrespect to a Call of Duty Mobile 1v1 with money on the line. A PUBG Mobile pro joked that the Two-Time was just too much of a “geezer” to excel at mobile esports.
1v1 on COD Mobile for $100,000
You on your PC and I’ll play mobile
— Ferg (@Ferg) November 26, 2020
Dr Disrespect’s opinion on mobile gaming seems to be swayed now that he’s finally tried Call of Duty Mobile. He admitted that it was a lot of fun “for a mobile game.” He felt it was so fun, in fact, that he was a bit jealous of its content.
The Doc stated that he wanted more content on the console and PC versions of Call of Duty. Many Warzone fans have felt that the PC version of Warzone has been a bit lackluster and has lacked more meaningful updates. Dr Disrespect said that Warzone may be the more serious version of the game, but it still needs more content.
“You don’t want to oversaturate it with all this shit, but in terms of actual content, map design, mobility, and looting system – I enjoyed all of it,” Dr Disrespect said.