Dr. Disrespect shares why Call of Duty lost partnership

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During the last live broadcast with Jack “bravery” Dunlop Herschel “Adam” Beahm IV, aka Dr. Disrespect As a Call of Duty (COD) partner, he talked about why he is no longer associated with Activision Blizzard. In case you didn’t know, Doc worked at Sledgehammer Games, the development studio for Call of Duty. It finally streamed and became a Call of Duty partner.

Doc talks about “Too Much Junk in Call of Duty”

Doc told CouRage that he no longer has a partnership with Activision Blizzard as a content creator because of him. “Too much unnecessary to talk about Call of Duty.” But he did reveal that he loves the franchise and is excited about it.

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Added, “It makes me think: I mean, how many people are talking about Call of Duty junk? How many times have I given the game away? How long have I been working with the franchise? years and years”.

He also joked that COD is the opposite of DOC. said, “Everyone knows that COD written backwards is ‘doc’ and ‘doc’ written backwards is COD, right? In the blood”. Added, I did this just because I love the game passionately and wouldn’t change anything. I don’t change how I feel. What, do I have to sell all my soul? No mate. I tell him how it is. “

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There was recently a dispute between Dr Disrespect and Call of Duty with one of the developers from Midnight Society asking COD to copy the skin from DEADROP. Doctor Disrespect replied to him on the stream and said: “I’m out of Warzone, I don’t care. Look how bad this game is. Just like they stole the cut of one of our characters, they stole the cut of one of our concept art. Do you know what champions mean? There’s a bunch of bean boys here. I don’t like them, I don’t like them”.

Doc and Call of Duty may not agree, but he has expressed a desire to be associated with the franchise. He is currently dissatisfied with the state of Warzone and only time will tell if the release of Warzone 2.0 will change that.

Source: AFK Gaming

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