Guy Beahm, a well-known YouTuber and streamer who goes by the name Dr Disrespect shared his views on why Apex Legends’ use of shields is so detrimental to the game. Respawn Entertainment has been a difficult partner for him and his criticisms of the game have made him a headline-grabbing critic.
Former Call of Duty game developer, Dr Disrespect is now a streamer. His eccentric personality, which includes a mustache and sun glasses, a black mullet, tactical vest, and sun glasses helped him rise to prominence as BR-like H1Z1. Although he made his name on Twitch, he was banned permanently last June for no apparent reason. He now streams via YouTube, and is banned from Twitch streamers or partners channels/streams.
Recently, he shared an Instagram clip in which he vented his anger at his team’s defeat during Apex Legends streaming. After exiting the match, he let loose and stated that he did not like and dislike the game. He also said that it was boring. He explained that Apex Legends’ inability to be successful in esports could be attributed to the BR being so full of shields.
Dr Disrespect had previously taken breaks from Apex Legends and joked that he’d uninstall it. He also promised not to come back. Although he eventually returned to Apex Legends, his frustrations with the game’s gameplay remained. He also found that he was still reading email on his second monitor while he streams Apex Legends to avoid falling asleep from boredom. Activision’s Call of Duty: Warzone is his BR reference, he said. It has a faster-paced game and takes less time than Apex Legends.
He still offers Apex Legends another shot, but it is clear that the Apex’s higher kill rate does not suit his playstyle. Apex Legends is not something he would prefer to play over the faster Warzone, as they have very different core mechanics. It is also unclear if he will still play Apex Legends, despite the criticisms.
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Dr Disrespect is a well-known YouTuber who previously made his name on Twitch. He was banned permanently last June for no apparent reason, and later returned to Apex Legends. He also found that he was still reading email on his second monitor while he streams Apex Legends to avoid falling asleep from