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Apex Legends • Feb 05, 2019

Dr Disrespect shows off incredible new Apex Legends stream graphics

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Dr Disrespect shows off incredible new Apex Legends stream graphics

Dr Disrespect is well known for his incredible stream graphics, and The Doc has taken it to a whole new level with the release of Apex Legends.

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Apex Legends is a brand new battle royale game developed by Respawn and released for free on PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Rumors suggested that Dr Disrespect and fellow streamer Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek had flown to Los Angeles to try the game, and The Doc immediately started playing as soon as Apex Legends was officially released on Monday, February 4.

Apex Legends is a new battle royale game developed by the creators of Titanfall.

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Dr Disrespect has long featured bespoke stream graphics to be used when playing a specific game, and has used specifically designed stream items when playing games like Fortnite or Sea of Thieves.

Now, The Doc has a special set for Apex Legends, and they might be the best ones yet. As the leader of the Champion’s Club prepared for action, he started an awesome screen transition that saw him using Pathfinder’s Zipline Gun, shouting: “Let’s drop in, and let’s dominate!”

The two-time Blockbuster Champion continues 'ziplining' in the bottom left hand corner of the screen, clearly enjoying his new stream graphics with a massive smile on his face.

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While The Doc has stated that he is finished with PUBG, the release of Apex Legends may give him a new battle royale title to rotate with Fortnite, which he has been regularly streaming.

With Apex Legends newly released, you can make sure you have the upper hand over enemy players thanks to our handy guides, including a full break down of Legends characters and their abilities, plus an in-depth look at the weapons featured in the game.

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