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Apex Legends • May 24, 2019

Dr Disrespect rages after encountering ‘unkillable’ Apex Legends hacker

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Dr Disrespect rages after encountering ‘unkillable’ Apex Legends hacker
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Twitch star Dr Disrespect is well known for his public outbursts while streaming and his May 22 broadcast was no different - this time, involving an ‘unkillable’ Wraith player in Apex Legends.

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Apex Legends has been a massive hit with battle royale fans ever since its sudden release back in February, so it comes as no surprise that some of the most popular streamers are playing and enjoying it.

Like any other game, Apex is subject to hacks and exploits that cause unfair gameplay advantages to cheating players, and Dr Disrespect witnessed this firsthand during his May 22 stream.

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The Wraith player was using an invincibility cheat.

While playing in a squad with TSM’s Jesse ‘Kraftyy’ Kraft and Colton ‘Viss’ Visser, the Two-Time ran into a Wraith player who was soaking up damage like a sponge but wouldn’t die - an action that is very common with someone who is using hacks.

The Wraith plays a game of cat and mouse with Dr Disrespect, kicking down the door to the building he was in and then running off, immune to every bullet being shot her way.

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After giving chase, he tries to kill her once again but is unsuccessful and is eventually wiped out, eliminating his entire squad from the match.

“What the fuck is this guy?! It’s the same goddamn fucking Wraith, man!” shouts an angry Doc, “Jesus Christ! I’m shooting shields after shields!”

“That Wraith is literally the unkillable, dude,” RealKraftyy states as they head back to the lobby to load back into a new match.

It’s not the first time Dr Disrespect has been angry at the game

Dr Disrespect has aired his frustrations with Apex Legends before, after returning from a break he took to focus on PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.

While battling in a squad, Doc and his team suddenly froze in midair and dropped down into the map below - a result of some serious server lag.

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They laughed it off at first but when it happened again and they got disconnected, the popular streamer said, "Look at this. Apex Legends huh? Oh man, what did I come back to?"

The servers have since been fixed and seem to be in stable condition so now all Respawn needs to do is tackle the hackers who make the game less enjoyable for everybody else.