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Published: 20/Sep/2018 14:46 Updated: 20/Sep/2018 15:05by Matt Porter
Popular Twitch personality Dr DisRespect has given his honest opinions on the current state of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds – and they’re definitely not positive.
Dr DisRespect is well known for streaming battle royale games like PUBG and Fortnite, but recently became a massive fan of Call of Duty’s newest battle royale mode named Blackout.
However, when the Blackout beta ended on Monday, September 17, the two-time Blockbuster Gaming champion had to return back to the battle royale games currently available on the market.
Dr DisRespect quickly turned back on Fortnite, after saying exactly what he thought about it, and moved back to the game that he’s best known for, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. But it wasn’t long before he lost his cool playing that, either.
In one clip, the Doc closed the game down entirely when he was shot in the back trying to rearrange his inventory. He was furious with the game’s movement controls, shouting: “You try to start and move out of a crouched position, being shot from the back. You trying to move from that position in Battlegrounds, you feel like you’re 5000 pounds who’s never even sprinted, ever in their life.”
Later in the stream, Dr DisRespect hopped back on PUBG, but his annoyance at the game didn’t end. Doc spotted an enemy in a room close to him and peeked around the corner, hoping to catch his enemy.
Instead, the opponent rounded the corner and eliminated the Doc, causing Dr DisRespect to tell his stream; “Oh God, I hate this game. I don’t want to play it anymore. I don’t want to play it. Get me off of it.”
The good news for the Doc is that Blackout’s full release is only a few weeks away. The CoD battle royale mode is set to launch with the full release of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 on Friday, October 12.