Popular streamer Dr Disrespect didn't seem too impressed by fellow streamer and former CS:GO pro Michael ‘Shroud’ Grzesiek’s Apex Legends skills - and he made sure to tell his audience all about it in a lighthearted rant.
The Doc showcased a clip of Shroud’s stream to his viewers during a broadcast on March 1, where Shroud downed four enemies in quick succession, with a few of the kills appearing to be one-shots.
The two-time Blockbuster champion didn’t see fit to compliment Shroud’s gameplay, and even jokingly claimed that he was “completely unimpressed” with the clip.
He went on to argue that Shroud was only able to pull off the one-shot kills thanks to the work of his teammates, who did most of the damage before shroud finished the kills.
“I’ve seen it, I’ve done it, I’ve been through it so many times!” the Doc ranted. “I’ve got so many clips in the database! I’ve seen it! What’s insane about it?”
He then combed through the comments underneath Shroud’s tweet on the subject, mockingly reading out the widespread (and hilarious) praise for the killstreak.
“It was nothing!” he continued, in good humor. “Christ.”
The Doc is no stranger to Apex Legends; in fact, the two-time even partnered up with gaming platform BoomTV to host yet another ‘Code Red’ tournament for the game on March 1, complete with a whopping $25,000 prize pool.
Dr Disrespect also has his criticisms of the title, which include an audio issue with the game in hearing the footsteps of approaching players - which resulted in his untimely death during one game.
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