Dr Disrespect PUBG criticism
One of gaming’s most colorful streamers sheds light on his annoyances with popular battle-royale game PUBG. | Source: Dr Disrespect Twitch

In a new stream, Twitch streamer Dr Disrespect reveals the major issue that he has with PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. The streamer, who is famous for his hilarious personality, has spoken about his issues with the game before and has jokingly uninstalled it during streams.

Speaking to viewers in a Twitch stream this week, Dr Disrespect said that he doesn’t have time to be “bored out of my mind” and criticized other PUBG players for hiding in interiors and buildings to shoot at him. In the strongly-worded clip, said that these kinds of players “aren’t playing video games” and revealed that in two days he has yet to die to another player “legitimately.”

To Dr. Disrespect, a legitimate death is one where the other player kills a character in a 1v1, where one player is unable to hide behind a door, or the cover of a wall. “I don’t lose the 1 on 1s, I just don’t,” explained the Twitch streamer, and he “can’t remember” the last time he lost that sort of battle. These players are getting away with it and Dr. Disrespect doesn’t know-how.

The streamer says all of this with a smile on his face and it’s just his way of saying that he’d like to battle PUBG players who are more skilled at the game. As someone who plays the game often and streams it to thousands of people, fans can see how Dr. Disrespect may be bored by the same sort of interior battles with no variety.

However, for all of his criticism, things are unlikely to change. While battle royale games like Fortnite have removed the mechs because players are unhappy, for many people, shooting from buildings is an important part of the game and Dr. Disrespect may just have to respect that for now.

This article was edited by Samburaj Das.

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