The Twitch star is an avid Call of Duty player - after all, he used to work on the franchise as a level designer. However, as time drags on with Modern Warfare, Dr Disrespect’s string is wearing thin, and his temper rising.
Now, instead of other players, he’s got Infinity Ward in his sights, breaking down the precise changes they need to make to Modern Warfare to keep the Doc playing for the weeks, months, and possibly years to come.
During a November 4 stream of the game, the Two-Time was getting pummeled from all angles by all varieties of players. From not being able to see down darkened corridors, to the occasional explosive on the ground, it seemed like it wasn’t an enjoyable experience.
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After one final claymore kill, the Doc snapped, rage-quitting the game and going on a lengthy tirade about the shortfalls of the latest Call of Duty title.
“I can’t f***ing play this game right now, I don’t really want to play, I don’t want to f***ing play pubs Infinity Ward,” said the Doc, not mincing his words.
“You’ve got f***ing claymores on every single window and every single door - no one wants that. If that’s not happening, the 725 shotgun from across the map is happening. No one wants it.”
Instead of sitting on their laurels, Dr Disrespect wants Infinity Ward to act quickly to make changes to the beloved franchise before they isolate their playbase.
“It’s time to make a patch tonight, put it out tonight,” the two-time pleaded. “Let’s change it up. Let’s get on course, we are starting to swerve way off f***ing course right now man. We’re going downhill in our Jeep that doesn’t have 4x4s, our 4x2 Jeep, because we are getting a little ahead of ourselves.”
As for his suggestions? Nerf everything that makes the game anti-fun in public lobbies, and bolster the gunplay that Call of Duty is known for.
“Let’s dial it back,” he said. “Let’s take out the claymores. Let’s get the shotguns nerfed big time, and I don’t know, maybe add Dead Silence into the game so that we can just run around and not be heard everywhere.”
He’s not the first personality to raise concerns about the direction the franchise is heading. Numerous complaints have been made about weapon balance, multiplayer, spawning, “safe spaces,” and more from pro players and pub stars alike.
That hasn’t stopped Modern Warfare from becoming the most successful Call of Duty release this generation, surpassing over $600 million in sales on its opening weekend. But, at the end of the day, the Doc knows what he wants, and is begging Infinity Ward for those changes.