Dr Disrespect has never been a fan of mobile gaming, but recently he gave a surprising comment regarding Call of Duty Mobile. The Call of Duty streamer mainly plays Warzone, but he dived into the mobile title to experience a unique limited-time event. With Call of Duty Mobile being extremely popular, many fans tuned in to see Dr Disrespect's reception.
After playing the Call of Duty Mobile '80s action hero event, Dr Disrespect was impressed with the game. In the past, the popular streamer has voiced negative opinions around mobile gaming and has stood firm regarding the platform. The last thing that many fans expected was for him to play a mobile title, let alone take part in an event and enjoy it.
In a livestream, Dr Disrespect said he was "blown away" by the amount of content found in the Call of Duty Mobile experience, and was especially impressed with its battle royale game mode. He continued on to say, "I mean, you just talk about a lot of fun. I think the mobile community is spoiled." This was referring to not just playable content in the game, as developers have added a surplus of cosmetics as well. With Dr Disrespect's reputation in the mobile scene, his comments come as a stand-out compliment for the mobile shooter.
Last year, Dr Disrespect trolled mobile gamers on Twitter, sparking a huge debate. After experiencing Call of Duty Mobile's battle royale gameplay, Dr Disrespect had a full taste of the mobile shooter and nothing but nice words to say regarding his experience.
The experience did cause him to admit he wishes more was happening on PC and console systems. While he is a fan of Verdansk '84, the streamer has multiple complaints regarding the overall battle royale experience. Call of Duty Mobile continues to add new and evolving content, and other franchise titles simply do not have the same level of built-up options.
Call of Duty Mobile is a more relaxed game compared to Call of Duty: Warzone. Dr Disrespect acknowledges that it would be a mistake to oversaturate it with additional content, but Call of Duty Mobile seems to handle its content well. It is unknown if Dr Disrespect will be playing more Call of Duty Mobile on his streams, but at least it's good to see the game has taken leaps in changing his opinions regarding the mobile gaming experience.
Usually, when a new Call of Duty: Warzone glitch or bug is discovered, it becomes a notorious exploit that hurts the game for those who play fairly. There have been plenty of them throughout Warzone's life cycle, such as one that could turn players invisible and the infamous Warzone infinite stim glitch that meant players could never die. The most recent one to be discovered, while still exploitable, isn't quite as bad as those that came before it, but it's something that requires patching out.
The bug in question appears to provide players with a permanent slide boost, allowing them to cover more ground by sliding. One Call of Duty: Warzone player named NotImKenny shared a clip of the bug in action on Reddit. While it didn't necessarily provide them too much of an advantage, having the ability to slide three times as far as they normally could probably isn't intentional on the game's part.
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