Dr Disrespect Uninstalls Call of Duty Warzone in the Middle of a Stream Rage
Dr Disrespect isn’t exactly known for his kind streaming antics (I mean, think about the name), but a lot of his streaming anger is all an act for his audience. However, the latest Dr Disrespect Warzone fiasco might not be much of an act this time.
Dr Disrespect Rages at Call of Duty Warzone in Recent Stream
Dr Disrespect is one of the most prolific Call of Duty Warzone streamers out there, consistently playing the game live for his audience on YouTube fairly often, but that doesn’t mean that he is always happy with the game. He was pretty angry during one of the recent Dr Disrespect Warzone streams.
During a Dr Disrespect Warzone stream on March 29 on his YouTube channel, the two-time was hyping up his audience with one of the special Triple Threat challenges. How it works is that the Doc tries to get a triple threat, or three wins, on his own in three different games.
In this case, the three games were PUBG, Valorant, and, of course, Call of Duty Warzone. In the cases of PUBG and Warzone, he would try and nab a win in those games while queuing up for the solo battle royale matches.
He had the PUBG solo win and was still waiting on the Valorant ranked win he needed for the challenge and the Call of Duty Warzone solo win, of course. But it seems that he had a bit of a problem regarding that particular battle royale win, compared to the PUBG one.
Rage Leads to Uninstalling Warzone Completely
He spends about an hour and a half trying to get a solo Warzone win, getting close several times but not quite getting the dub after. Over time, he progressively gets angrier, noting that the AUG needs to be nerfed and airing his frustrations about the game’s current meta.
For the most part, it seems like a pretty standard rant, though, for the Doc until, well, it becomes much more than that. At one point, nearly five hours into his live stream on YouTube, he gets so mad that he is done with the game.
In the middle of the Dr Disrespect Warzone part of the Triple Threat challenge, he quits out of the game and then goes to the desktop and then completely uninstalls it. That’s right, he doesn’t win the solo match as part of the challenge, and that doesn’t seem likely for now as he has completely quit the game entirely for the time being.
With the game uninstalled on his computer, it does not seem likely that we will see some champion action in Warzone anytime soon as it will require him to reinstall it before he can even play it now. Though we are certain that he has pretty impressive internet, it would take a while to download the massive game still, and that is something that will require the Doc to be committed to it once again. We’ll see if that changes anytime soon.