Popular Twitch streamer Dr Disrespect has revealed that fans might just be able to, once again, rock some PUBG looks of his own design in the near future after turning down a previous offer for new skins.
Since that initial drop, other streamers like Michael ‘Shroud’ Grzesiek, Jake ‘chocoTaco’ Throop, and Henrik ‘WackyJacky101’ Kjærulf have expanded from just weapon skins to put their own look on outfits and parachutes. Yet, the Doc might just be about to join them with his classic Red and Black colors after rejecting some earlier plans.
Before he could drop into a game of PUBG during a recent stream, a viewer donated to the Doc and wanted to know if fans were ever going to have the chance to represent the streamer with some fresh looks in-game. In his response, the Two-Time pulled back the curtain and revealed that it was, recently, a possibility.
“I believe they were considering some new skins and at that particular moment, as cocky as I am, I said ‘I might have to pass on it,” replied the Doc. “But, I think the timing is good now. I’d consider it,” he continued, before giving nodding at his camera.
While new skins may have been a possibility not too long ago, the Doc didn’t reveal when that proposition was made to him or if it’s still on the table.
He may have moved away from PUBG as his main on-stream game, but the Two-Time regularly returns to the title that helped blow up his popularity over the previous few years.
Seeing as Bluehole have been working on new Twitch streamer-branded content, the Doc could very well be the next member of the ‘Broadcaster Royale’ stable to give a gun or outfit a much-needed fresh coat of paint.
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