Dr Disrespect Says Warzone 2 Will "Die Out Real Quick" After Initial Excitement

Nutan Lele
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Dr Disrespect thinks Warzone 2.0 will die out real quick.


Dr Disrespect has mixed feelings about Warzone 2.0
In a recent Warzone stream, he said he expects the game to 'die out quick' after the hype fades.

Dr Disrespect thinks that Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 will die out quickly if the developer doesn’t fix the game’s many issues. It has been exactly one week since the game’s launch on 16th November and it has already surpassed the 25 million player mark. While many players like the brand-new map and graphics, others are unhappy with the many bugs, glitchy audio, and server issues that have sprung up since the launch. 

In a recent Warzone 2.0 stream, Herschel "Guy" Beahm IV, better known as Dr Disrespect, said he wants to see a number of things fixed in the game. “I give this game like a solid month and a half.” After the initial excitement fades, he thinks the game is "going to die out real quick." Although he thinks that the DMZ mode will “keep things together a little bit because there is something new to explore” but the game wasn’t “doing it for him.”

What the Doc wants to see fixed in Warzone 2.0

In a stream, the Doc talked about what changes he’d like to see in Warzone 2.0, just "a couple of tweaks", like getting rid of the AI in Gulag, "getting the TTK under control and this whole armor system" would do it for him. Gameplay wise, Warzone 2.0’s TTK (time to kill) seemed inconsistent to him and he had issues with the flinch when taking damage saying, “the amount of flinch you get when you get shot, while you’re ADS is sometimes kinda crazy.” 

While Doc seemed frustrated with the solo experience, he enjoyed the free-for-all mode, saying “that’s the most fun I’ve had all night today.” According to him, the proximity chat feature could also use tweaks, “Imagine they didn’t have this fourth-grade proximity chat design implemented.” While both new Call of Duty games seem to be attracting a lot of players, it remains to be seen if they are able to sustain player interest beyond the initial hype.

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Nutan is experienced with content across various FPS, MOBA, and BR titles for both PC and mobile gaming. Basically, she's a Jill of all trades. As the former captain of an all-woman esports team, her roots lie firmly in PC gaming but she does enjoy that one map in Call of Duty: Mobile.