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Dr Disrespect Just Banished This Game From His PC

Call of Duty: Warzone has been taking a bit of a beating as of late. NickMercs unloaded on Warzone developers earlier in March over its unshakable hacker problem, and now it looks like it's become yet another one of the games Dr Disrespect can't stand.

On March 29, 2021, Twitch-turned YouTube streamer Dr Disrespect finally had enough of the Call of Duty battle royale. Throughout his stream, he was experiencing frustration with the game, right up until one particular loss broke him. After losing in a solo match, he declared that he was "so over this f***ing game." In an explosive display of anger, the Doc uninstalled the game live for all his viewers to see. There are few greater demonstrations of "Disrespect" than to delete a game in front of a live audience.

This seemingly impulsive move didn't exactly come out of nowhere. While it may have felt sudden and drastic for some who were watching, Dr Disrespect has shared his grievances with the CoD battle royale for about a year. He first revealed his biggest problem with Warzone back in April 2020, claiming that the game had poor sound design. Early in March 2021, he aired his grievances with Warzone Season 2, calling the update "f***ing terrible."

If Dr Disrespect has had so many issues with the game, fans may be wondering why he has continued streaming it for so long. After all, Dr Disrespect hinted last March that he might stop streaming Warzone, and then he seemed to change his mind. How did this go on long enough for him to reach such a dramatic conclusion? 

Well, to put it simply, because he had started to really love the game. Dr Disrespect has told fans that he liked Warzone because it was the most fun he experienced from battle royale games. Of course, this sentiment stands in stark contrast with how he felt during the stream where he removed the game from his computer.

One has to wonder what the future holds for Call of Duty: Warzone, especially if a major streamer and Warzone player like Dr Disrespect made such a conclusive gesture. Will he have second thoughts and pick it back up again? Will the community continue to drop off? Will Activision address some of the most common concerns surrounding the battle royale? Fans of Dr Disrespect will have to see how this plays out, and whether or not he will reinstall Warzone.