Dr Disrespect agrees with xQc on Overwatch’s “terrible” problem

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Popular Twitch streamer Dr Disrespect criticized Overwatch’s viewing experience in a way that only he can. 

While he can usually be found playing something like Apex Legends, Call of Duty, PUBG, or even Fortnite, Dr Disrespect has been trying his hand at different games in recent weeks – with Overwatch being the latest.

It hasn’t been the smoothest of introductions, however, with the Two-Time complaining about all the shields and visual effects filling up his screen. Yet, he’s got another issue with how the game looks, though it isn’t a problem that just affects people like him who are playing, but everyone who is watching as well.

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Dr Disresect is one of the most popular streamers on Twitch and isn’t afraid of branching out to new games.

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As The Doc was continuing his journey into Overwatch during his February 28 stream, he finished up with one of his matches and as the post-match play of the game highlight played, he snapped. 

“Look at this, ready, woah yeah woah I’m on TBS watching the ELeague Overwatch League. I’m a brand-new person and I really know what’s going on, this is really fun to watch!” he yelled in a hilariously sarcastic voice.

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Though, the streamer ramped it up to another level, screaming: “F**king, it’s terrible!” before slamming his desk and having his headphones hilariously move on his head before giving the camera a deathly stare for a few seconds.

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While, for The Doc, it might have just been a passing complaint about a new game that he’s been trying to learn and play, he isn’t alone in holding that view. 

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Former Overwatch League professional Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel once compared the simplicity of watching a game like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive to Overwatch – noting that your parents could understand CS:GO whereas they wouldn’t have an idea what was happening in OWL. 

At the end of the day though, it’s a pretty different game to what is on the market and isn’t for everyone – even a Two-Time champ like The Doc.

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