Dr Disrespect punches his setup over aim assist in ‘Warzone’

"I'm so sick and tired, man."

Dr Disrespect got so mad about the aim assist in Call Of Duty: Warzone that he punched his gaming setup.

As reported by Dexerto, the popular YouTube streamer Herschel ‘Dr Disrespect’ Beahm was recently playing a game of Warzone with fellow streamer TimTheTatman when the outrage occurred.

The streamer was downed by an enemy in-game, and after viewing the kill cam, Dr Disrepect went on to stand up and punch his gaming chair which shook his camera and setup.

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“Oh god,” he said. “Fuck it! I’m so sick and tired, man. Listen, Timmy [TimTheTatman] I’m telling you right now, I’m so sick and tired of this fucking cheesy ass aim assist cross-play.”

He went on to complain how “it’s disgusting the advantage controller players have” saying, “it feels like they’ve got seventh-grade training wheels on.”

Earlier this week (October 18), during another stream the popular streamer shared his scepticism on Call Of Duty: Warzone‘s new anti-cheat software. Activision recently announced its Richochet Anti-Cheat for Warzone and its upcoming title Call Of Duty: Vanguard which is “a robust anti-cheat system supported by a team of dedicated professionals focused on fighting unfair play”, however, the streamer commented that he thinks it’s a “PR play”.

“What do you think the chances [are] that their anti-cheat software is actually going to be successful? There is a part of me that [thinks] it’s a PR play. Fingers crossed right, fingers crossed,” he said. “I mean this game literally feels like a mobile game now.”

In other news, AMD has announced it has produced a Halo Infinite graphics card to celebrate the release of the game later this year.

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