Dr Disrespect Is Officially a Video Game Character
Guy “Dr Disrespect” Beahm is now playable in Rogue Company as a Legendary Skin for Dallas. The streamer appears in the game alongside a brand-new map called “The Arena.” In true Dr Disrespect fashion, The Arena is covered in the character’s likeness. The map was designed by Beahm, who previously worked on maps for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare while working for Sledgehammer Games. Dr Disrespect has been teasing the upcoming map over the last few weeks, but footage of the map, and the Dr Disrespect skin, were both revealed in a new video from the streamer. The video can be found embedded in the Tweet below.
Dr Disrespect x @RogueCompany
The Arena’s wide open. $500m facility pic.twitter.com/96EGVZEbar
— #Doctober (@drdisrespect) October 14, 2020
The Arena map is based on the headquarters that fans have seen in Dr Disrespect’s streams. The skin also features a number of voice lines from the character, as well. In addition to the skin, fans will be able to snag a Dr Disrespect bundle, which includes a Legendary emote, a Rare Spray, and more. Last but not least, a limited time mode will appear alongside the new update, and players that complete certain tasks will be able to earn a Triple Threat Challenge Profile Banner. For fans of the streamer, that’s quite a bit of content!
Dr Disrespect is not the first influencer to appear in Rogue Company; last month, the game featured a collaboration with 100 Thieves. Dr Disrespect’s appearance is interesting, however, given the bizarre controversy that has surrounded the streamer over the last few months. In June, Dr Disrespect was banned from Twitch, without any reason provided by the platform or by the streamer. Beahm has hinted that it may have been a salary dispute, and has indicated that he may pursue legal action, but it’s unclear on what grounds. The streamer has since found success on YouTube, but the mystery regarding the ban remains a hot topic of conversation.
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