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Call of Duty: Warzone developer takes a shot at TimTheTatman on Twitter

It seems as though roasting has become a hot trend in the gaming world as of late. A recent trend of roasting Grand Theft Auto 5's Franklin Clinton gained momentum, and now the developer of Call of Duty: Warzone is getting in on the fun. Only in this case, it's not a fictional character who's taking the heat — it's a real person.

Over on Twitter, Call of Duty developer Raven Software tweeted about updating a set of weapons to balance gameplay. The guns in question were the DMR 14, Type 63, Mac 10, and dual pistols. 

Twitch streamer TimTheTatman commented that he was already a fan of both the Mac 10 and dual pistols as they were, to which Raven Software responded, "Want us to nerf fall damage instead?" This comment is a not-so-subtle reference to Tim's history with Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, which was the subject of a rather humorous ESPN Documentary.

Others in the thread jumped on the roast train to take shots at TimTheTatman. Fan account ModernWarzone thought Tim was being a troll, while another user said "this is why they call you an egg head ....they need a nerf really bad[.]" The shots kept firing throughout the thread, with gamers coming together to give the streamer a hard time.

This Twitter attack seems to be part of an ongoing trend. When Fall Guys came out, TimTheTatman had a difficult time getting into the rhythm of the game. Ridicule followed, to the point where even the Fall Guys Twitter account took some absolutely savage shots at the streamer. When a Tweet from FaZe Clan prompted users to tag someone who was unlikely to win a crown in the popular battle royale, who was the top pick from the Fall Guys team? None other than TimTheTatman.

The Twitter account kept coming at him until he finally challenged the developers to a showdown in Call of Duty: Warzone's Gulag. Of course, the beatings didn't stop there. It just goes to show that no matter how successful you may be as a streamer, you can still be the subject of a brutal roast.

TimTheTatman may not have had the best luck with Fall Guys, but Call of Duty seems to be a game in which he is more at home. Now that its dev team is in on the fun, there may be nowhere left for him to escape the savage burns.