Dr Disrespect criticizes the newly launched Warzone Season 2, saying that “nothing special” has been added to the game.
Dr Disrespect was quick to compliment the Call of Duty developers for the “amazing” potential of their new battle royale when it originally launched in November, praising the new menu design in particular.
Nevertheless, Two-Time took a turn for the worse with battle royale in the months that followed, forcing the creators to undertake a number of modifications they saw as critical to the game’s long-term success.
On top of bringing Ashika Island and Resurgence mode to Warzone 2, the recent Season 2 update addressed a few of the things that had caused The Doc a few headaches, but he’s still not a fan.
Dr Disrespect Criticizes Warzone Season 2 update
Like many others, Dr Disrespect dived straight into the new update when it went live on February 15, and after a positive start on the Isle of Ashika, he became quite annoyed by it.
“How do you feel about the new season? Honestly, I don’t really care. I don’t know what else to say. It’s just a fresh coat of paint and reverts some s*it,” the Doc said, echoing some of his pre-update thoughts about the update not really being a massive overhaul.
“It ain’t nothing special, ain’t nothing creative. You know what you’re doing? You’re asking Micahel Jordan ‘what do you think of this eighth grader’s jump shot?’ it’s kind of the same thing, but at least it’s better than it was.”
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Besides abandoning Warzone in favor of Modern Warfare’s new Ranked mode, the Two-Time also hinted that he would dabble in Apex Legends now that the Season 16 update is available.
It’s unclear whether he’ll do so, but his longstanding partner ZLaner has recently returned to the Apex Games, so now would be a good moment to swap.
- Read more: Apex Legends Imperial Guard Collection Event
Modern Warfare Season 2 update: List of new additions
- New Ashika Island Resurgence map: Ashika Island is a compact map designed from the ground up for fast-paced Resurgence action. With only a few POIs scattered over the country, it encourages close-knit warfare for fast-paced games. According to Infinity Ward, Ashika Island is “approximately 30% larger than prior tiny maps.”
- Gulag & looting system changes
- Cash & buy station price changes
- Customizable Perk Packages
You can read full patch notes here.
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