Dr Disrespect banned from Warzone 2.0, claims devs are trying to “make an example” out of him
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Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 has had quite a time so far. The new Escape from Tarkov-esque DMZ mode has been a very mixed affair - some players have been paying real money to avoid playing it, while others have been reaping the rewards of a very useful glitch found within.
Meanwhile, everyone has been enjoying the chaos of proximity chat. The new feature has already led to some hilarious moments on streams, but was also apparently the cause of popular streamer Herschel "Dr Disrespect" Beahm IV’s recent temporary ban from the game.
Before we get into it, take a look at some new gameplay footage from Modern Warfare II below.
As reported by Dexerto, in a recent stream, Dr Disrespect revealed that he was playing on a different account, since his main one had been banned: “I should probably chill on this account, champs. I mean, with the proximity chat. This is not even my account. It’s not even my account,” the streamer said. “They banned my other one for seven days for proximity chat use, believe it or not champs, so we’re playing on an alternate [one], but we only have a couple of days. You know what I mean? Then boom, it’s unbanned."
“I wasn’t gonna say anything really because I mean, I don’t really care," he added. "You know what I mean, champs? I really don’t. It was probably [for] spam, but I mean, was it? You know, was it really?”
The streamer then went on to say how he felt that the devs may have been trying to “make an example” out of him, as he claims that he’s “seen way f**king worse” things said by others with no consequences. Since this stream took place four days ago now though, Dr Disrespect’s main account should hopefully now be unbanned.