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Dr Disrespect reveals everything he’d want in his dream game

Published: 1/Dec/2019 19:10 Updated: 1/Dec/2019 19:12

by Albert Petrosyan


Superstar Twitch streamer Dr Disrespect listed the qualities he wants to see from the next big game release after admitting he’s “going nuts” from the lack of “high octane games.”

When it comes to the biggest streamers, none are more critical of games today than Dr Disrespect, who often expresses those criticisms in rage-fill rants.

Having previously worked as a map designed for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, the Doc has a different perspective on games than most, which is why he sometimes brings up points that others might overlook.

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Unsurprisingly, he’s found the current crop of big games not exciting enough for the usually-fast-paced way he likes to run his stream.


“I need some new high octane games, I’m going nuts,” he tweeted. “Halo next week, Cyberpunk next year. What else is there on the horizon of the video game world?”

Dr Disrespect - TwitchMany of Doc’s best streaming moments came on H1Z1, so it’s not a surprise that he’d like a similar game to emerge.

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What Dr Disrespect wants to see in the next perfect game release

Speaking further on the topic, the Doc expressed his desire for a new game to be released featuring a long list of strong qualities that would make it perfect for him to play.

“We need something with proximity chat, lethal precision, open world, tournaments, hopping out of vehicles, two taps, explosions, and new gaming communities built around those games,” he said. “It’s a dry season.”


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At first glance, that list sounds very similar to what the once-popular H1Z1 battle royale title offered in its heyday, before collapsing under the shadows of its rivals PUBG and Fortnite.

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That really isn’t a coincidence, considering that Doc really started making a big name for himself on Twitch as an H1Z1 streamer, offering an unparalleled combination of quality gameplay and comedic entertainment that wasn’t usual back then.

There’s no debating that H1 had its fair share of issues, even during the peaks of its existence, and the Two-Time would be the first to admit that.


But it makes sense that he would want an improved version of a game like that to return because it would allow him to fully utilize all of his skills for both good gameplay and entertainment.