Dr Disrespect explains why Apex Legends still feels like a 'pre-alpha' game - Dexerto
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Dr Disrespect explains why Apex Legends still feels like a ‘pre-alpha’ game

Published: 24/Jul/2019 15:47 Updated: 24/Jul/2019 17:36

by David Purcell


Apex Legends still feels like an “incomplete” game, despite attracting millions of players to the title since launch. 

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The popular Twitch streamer is never one to mince his words on the streaming platform and when he has a problem with a game, more often than not he’ll just say it – especially after being eliminated.

Before producing another of his infamous table slams on July 23, the Doc was astonished to find that despite wearing his huge headset on stream, he was unable to hear an opponent that was right on his tail. 

Dr Disrespect, YouTubeDr Disrespect has vented about a number of Apex Legends in the past, but has now called the game “incomplete”.
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The Two-Time was about to revive his teammate before he was shocked to find that he was being shot from behind. “Oh yeah, nice footsteps” he said, before slamming his hands onto the table. “I’m so fucking tired of this game. It’s literally so incomplete.”


He added: “I mean, I heard the footsteps? No you didn’t you idiot. You heard it when he was right above us. Not where it should have been. Still feels like a beta? More like a pre-alpha.” 

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This isn’t the first time that the Doc has been left unimpressed by the popular battle royale title, though, and there seems to be a broad range to his complaints now too. 

On July 22 he was left completely dumbfounded when his gun didn’t reload as it normally should, and this time Dr Disrespect seemed to have a problem with the audio in-game. 


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Whether or not he will continue to play Respawn’s game for much longer remains to be seen, but a hiatus from Apex Legends could soon be on the cards if problems continue to surface while he’s streaming it.