Dr. Disrespects supporters accused Call of Duty developers of releasing a skin that sounded quite like a character design that appeared in promotional material for the first release of Midnight Society, DEADROP.
Robert Bowling, the studio director at Midnight Society who created the character design the developers had allegedly stolen, echoed the sentiment: Let's name it after me.
Dr Disrespect did not make a comment at the time. However, he changed his mind while playing Warzone on the internet several weeks later and accused them of stealing more than that. First, Doc slammed Warzone, which is becoming more common as his dissatisfaction grows. I have checked out of Warzone, the two-time claimed.
He then said, Im not interested. Look how ugly this game is.
The YouTube maverick then made a bombshell complaint. They stole a fiction from one of our concept art, just like they stole the imagination of one of our characters.
Dr Disrespect, not wanting to give them too much credit, wrapped up his Sep. 4 remarks by referring to the development team as a bunch of slimy guys and telling the Champions Club that he didnt like them one bit.
Sledgehammer Games and Raven Software both developed the skin for Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone.
At the time of publication, neither party had responded to these complaints.
The two-time feels that Warzone 2 is the least of their problems, and he expects it to fail unless the developers revisit the franchise with fresh eyes in their battle royale follow-up.
Plus, as DEADROP has emerged as a threat (despite some early criticism), it's only a matter of time before Dr Disrespect and the Champions Club take on the role.