Dr. Disrespect, a veteran of the competitive video game genre, recently voiced his disappointment with the loot changes made to Call of Duty: Warzone 2 after the release of the original. Call of Duty: Warzone 2, the sequel to Activision Blizzard’s renowned battle royale game, has finally been published, and it brings with it a new map, plenty of capabilities, weaponry, and a ransacking mechanism that has caught the considerable interest of prominent players like Dr. Disrespect.
Warzone Brings Significant Changes To Looting Mechanism
On November 16th, Dr. Disrespect was enjoying Warzone 2 on the broadcast when he frequently had trouble looting. Warzone 2 only drops a person’s main weapon when an adversary is killed, unlike the first Call of Duty: Warzone, which behaved like Pubg in that gamers could easily loot their dead opponents’ entire inventories. Dr. Disrespect’s words have led some of his followers to suspect that he may return to Apex Legends, after famously ranting at it during his Warzone 2 Livestream, after having problems with the latest offering of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
Dr. Disrespect, obviously annoyed by the looting mechanism in Call of Duty: Warzone 2, said he didn’t even know what he was staring at and that it seemed “horrendous” relative to the earlier version, which Warzone aficionados may still play once a certain period of time has passed. Dr. Disrespect reiterated his distaste for Warzone 2 before his loyal fans, some of whom were also complaining about the mechanism. It’s worth mentioning that Dr. Disrespect is familiar with the looting mechanism in Apex Legends, which is identical to that of Warzone 2 in that gamers in both titles scavenge from a user interface stock instead of from free-floating guns, gear, etc.
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Look at all these losers that couldn't wait just a little itty bitty witty longer for official worldwide release of Warzone 2.0.
hahahaha hahaha haha
— Dr Disrespect (@DrDisrespect) November 16, 2022
Call of Duty legend Dr. Disrespect criticized the revamped DMZ option in a pre-release video, and he may feel similarly about the looting mechanism in Call of Duty: Warzone 2. While this isn’t the first videogame in which Dr. Disrespect has had problems seeing, a number of the visibility issues he’s pointed out have since been patched out of the title. Even while Dr. Disrespect first complained about Call of Duty: Warzone 2’s elimination of the ability to buy loadouts for usage in the battle royale, he now seems to have adjusted to the new system.
Numerous viewers tuned in to Dr. Disrespect’s broadcast for the release of Warzone 2 to find out the opinion of a notable streamer. While some viewers of a different YouTube broadcast wondered whether Dr. Disrespect would delete Warzone 2 like he did Modern Warfare 2, others voiced their excitement for the comeback of Zlaner as well as the two-time.