- Dr Disrespect has recently tried out CoD: Warzone 2
- The game comes with many new features and a brand-new looting system
- The Doc encountered problems with it on day one
On the launch day of Call of Duty: Warzone 2, popular streamer Dr Disrespect already has some negative things to say.
Dr Disrespect Encounters Some Issues
Activision Blizzard has finally released the much-anticipated battle royal Call of Duty: Warzone 2 and streamers are already playing it and giving their opinion on the game. One popular content creator, famous for his experience in battle royals and his hot takes is Dr Disrespect, and of course, he had a few things to say about the game.
Activision Blizzard launched the game with new maps, weapons, and a looting/inventory system, that was not in the original game. The Doc was playing the game live on YouTube with duo partner Zlaner on November 16, the launch day of the game, and he already had a few issues with Warzone 2’s looting system.
Doc often encountered problems with finding what he needs when he was looting fallen players. In the original Warzone, when a player was killed, they dropped their inventory on the ground, somewhat similar to Fortnite. This made it easier for other players to loot them. However, Warzone 2 does this only for the player’s main weapon, meaning another player must loot the fallen player’s corpse instead of just picking his items off the ground.
Dr Disrespect Criticizes Warzone 2
This issue visibly frustrated the Doc, prompting him to exclaim he didn't know what he was “looking at,” and he stated that the looting felt “atrocious” compared to the original release. Many of his viewers supported his feelings on the matter. It has to be said that Dr Disrespect already has some experience with similar looting systems, specifically with Apex Legends' looting system. It shares some similarities with Warzone 2 as players in both games are looting a UI inventory rather than floating weapons, armor, etc.
This is not the first time the Doc criticizes Warzone 2. Prior to the release of the game, the streamer shared his thoughts on the new DMZ mode. Furthermore, Dr Disrespect also originally took issue with not being able to purchase loadouts in the battle royale, but he has seemingly gotten used to the change since.
Considering Dr Disrespect’s popularity and experience with many CoD games, fans look to him for advice on the game. This means that if the Doc doesn’t like something, many fans might also dislike said feature – a thing a game developer does not want to see at the launch of their game.