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Dr Disrespect loses his mind over Call of Duty: Warzone's audio

by Bill Cooney
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Dr Disrespect seems to be a fan of the new Call of Duty: Warzone battle royale, but some distracting sounds in the Gulag may have pushed him past his breaking point during his March 11 stream.

The Gulag is where players are sent after their first death in Warzone, where they face off in a 1v1 matchup with another downed player in an attempt to earn their way back into the match.

During the faceoffs, other players can watch and even throw rocks at those currently competing, but the simulated crowd noise of prisoners cheering that Infinity Ward added to enhance the atmosphere have quickly gotten on The Doc's nerves.

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The Gulag is a unique take on respawning in battle royale games.

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Doc had just lost a 1v1 faceoff in the Gulag on stream (which could have contributed to his rant), and promptly blamed the piped-in crowd noise in the arena.

"If I f**king mute this game I would play way better, it's just a distraction," the Two Time lamented. "I got the f*cking crowd coming up here."

What followed was several seconds of Doc doing his best impression of an annoying crowd, and losing a little bit of his sanity at the same time, yelling: "I can't hear a goddamn thing," before finally regaining his composure and heading back into the action.

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Other than the Gulag's crowd noise, Disrespect seems to be enjoying Call of Duty's new battle royale mode, and he isn't alone.

One aspect in particular he praised was Warzone's large map compared to other battle royales, but not every player agrees with the streamer on that.

Players have complained about the short "out of bounds" warnings that keep them from dropping into the game effectively to start things off.

It's still early on in Warzone's life though, so Infinity Ward could definitely make some changes as more players try things out. Whether the new battle royale will be able to stick around for long haul though remains to be seen.