Dr Disrespect sets 'Triple Threat Challenge world record' on Firestorm, PUBG and Blackout - Dexerto

Dr Disrespect sets ‘Triple Threat Challenge world record’ on Firestorm, PUBG and Blackout

Published: 8/Apr/2019 9:55 Updated: 8/Apr/2019 10:11

by David Purcell


Twitch streamer Battlefield V Firestorm, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and Call of Duty Blackout

The Twitch streamer has been hosting challenge broadcasts for a number of months, where he tries to win a solo game in three different battle royale titles – previously including Apex Legends and Fortnite in the past. 

In this epic series of back-to-back victories, though, the Two-Time dominated his opponents to record three straight victories in under two hours of gameplay, and it’s fair to say that he enjoyed every single minute of it. 

G FUELDr Disrespect declared himself as “the best video gamer of all time” during the Triple Threat Challenge.

The official time of completion for the challenge was one hour and 55 minutes, a record that Dr Disrespect believes will never be topped in the future. 

Battlefield V Firestorm too “easy” for Dr Disrespect

He recorded his first checkmark playing Battlefield’s new Firestorm game mode and you could see right away that the Doc was in the mood. Chasing the final player down with fire forcing them together, getting closer and closer, Dr Disrespect struck the enemy from range with the KAR98 and finished them off with the Bren gun. 

“This game is easy. Get me the hell of it. We’re moving on to Battlegrounds, baby!” he said, after winning on his first attempt. 

Dr Disrespect dominates in PUBG

Moving on to PUBG, Dr Disrespect showed no signs of slowing down, picking off one player with the M24 in the final circle. Then, he quickly switched to the M416 to pick up his sixth elimination of the game and, of course, his second victory. 

“I’m the best! I am the best,” he said, after walking away from his PC for a moment. “I am the best video gamer alive. If it’s not a reality check, I don’t know what is.”

Dr Disrespect tearing it up in Call of Duty Blackout

His third and final victory, however, might be the most impressive of the lot. Dr Disrespect switched over to console to play the last match in Call of Duty Blackout, but that never affected his level. 

The gamer destroyed everything in his path to secure seven more eliminations and, of course, completed his Triple Threat Challenge in record time. 

“Easy! Triple Threat Challenge complete!” he screamed, after sealing the win with the KN-57. “One hour and fifty five minutes, woah! That’s a world record baby.” 

Dr Disrespect has often completed the challenge in the past, but never this fast and certainly never in such an impressive fashion. As you would expect, he was delighted with how things turned out. 

“Go ahead and try to find someone in the online gaming Twitch community that will accept Dr Disrespect’s patented Triple Threat Challenge,” he said, revelling in his achievement. “Ask them, and if they accept guess what – the world record is one hour and fifty five minutes to complete it.”

Jumping between three different battle royale games and picking up victories in your first game in each is no mean feat, but the Doc certainly struck gold on this occasion. 

So, there you have it. Dr Disrespect thinks that his ‘record’ of one hour and 55 minutes will never be beaten. Do you think you, or anybody you know, could be up to the task? Give it a try. 


Dr Disrespect claims a new Battlefield battle royale could rival Warzone

Published: 23/Feb/2021 7:21 Updated: 23/Feb/2021 7:04

by Brad Norton


With Battlefield 6 fast approaching, YouTube star and battle royale savant Dr Disrespect believes a new attempt from EA could liven up the genre, and stand tall against the likes of Activision’s Call of Duty: Warzone.

It’s been just over two years since the last Battlefield title was released. Despite an attempt to capitalize on the hype of the battle royale genre in 2018, EA’s ‘Firestorm’ mode mostly fell short with Battlefield 5.

It dropped players into “Battlefield’s biggest map ever” and provided all the familiar tools of destruction. Yet a buggy release and lackluster player base left it more or less forgotten in a matter of months.

With Battlefield 6 next on the agenda for EA, the second time could be the charm. No one appears more excited for a fresh attempt than FPS expert Dr Disrespect.

Battlefield firestorm gameplay
Battlefied’s Firestorm mode gave us the biggest map in franchise history.

Following a handful of leaks, we now know for certain that Battlefield 6 is targeting a 2021 release. With that in mind, Dr Disrespect was all too excited when discussing the game’s potential during a recent YouTube stream.

“I just feel like… EA’s gotta be working on some awesome battle royale experience with the Battlefield IP,” he said. “It’s just a no-brainer at this point.”

Despite the first attempt falling short, he believes a new take from the Battlefield devs could put them on the map in a big way.

“EA and Activision have always gone back and forth competing directly in the FPS genre.” With a new BR, Doc believes it has the potential to compete directly with Warzone.

“I’m excited because their engine, with all the tools and tech they have in place… they could do something pretty incredible if they put everything into it.”

The relevant topic begins at the 1:42:30 mark below.

From enormous player counts to a diverse range of vehicles and of course, Battlefield’s trademark destructibility, the recipe is there for a successful BR, according to Dr Disrespect.

It’s only a matter of time before EA lifts the lid on the upcoming AAA title. We’ll be sure to keep you updated on any future battle royale news but for now, you can catch up on everything Battlefield 6 right here.