PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds challenge, after linking up with fellow Twitch streamer chocoTaco during his May 21 stream.
The Two-Time and his team were just one away from a 40 bomb on Vikendi, a map he said was his “favorite” after the victory, despite being very critical of it in the past.
For those who aren’t aware, Dr Disrespect’s PUBG challenge requires wins on four different maps in the popular battle royale title. On this occasion, they managed to wipe out the competition in Sanhok, Erangel, Miramar, and Vikendi, in just under two hours of gameplay.
The final win, though, was far and away the most impressive of them all. Dr Disrespect picked up nine kills of his own, while his teammates chipped in with a further 30, dominating enemies with some of that vintage violence, speed, and momentum that fans have become all too familiar with from his streams.
“God, that’s all the maps! Check it off,” he shouted after the final win. The Doc then turned the music right up and started to dance around on stream, before attempting to sing. But, that didn’t last long as his voice started to break.
This is one of the most impressive attempts of completing the challenge, but it might be just short in the all-time rankings as the self-professed best video gamer of all time once finished his Triple Threat Challenge in just under two hours of gameplay – picking up solo wins on PUBG, Battlefield V Firestorm, and Call of Duty Blackout.
Nevertheless, let’s take a look at how the end of that final match finished, as well as all of the other successful games they had on their way to dominating on all four maps….
Dr Disrespect was the one who had the final say in the first win in Sanhok, as the team chased down a final player – who Doc said was “scared to death” by their approach – and he soon finished them off with his KAR98k. “It’s that easy,” he shouted.
It took a few games to get to the final circle, but this one was a little easier for the team, as the final circle was full of players that weren’t too keen on attacking the Doc or any other players for that matter. Dr Disrespect finished the final team off with no-scopes, using his KAR98k again. “I didn’t mean to ruin that,” he said before moving onto the next map.
The Two-Time made it back-to-back victories with a win on Miramar just after, but he wasn’t alive to see it. His teammates disposed of all enemies in final circle, setting up a grandstand finish on a map Dr Disrespect claims was built by a 7th grader – Vikendi.
Dr Disrespect fans will be hoping that he continues checking off more and more maps during his challenges in the future, too. Not many teams would be able to pick up this many victories in such a short space of time, while wearing a wig dripping with success.