'Call Of Duty: Warzone' Won't Be Around Much Longer, Warns Top Streamer
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‘Call Of Duty: Warzone’ Won’t Be Around Much Longer, Warns Top Streamer

'Call Of Duty: Warzone' Won't Be Around Much Longer, Warns Top Streamer

‘Call Of Duty: Warzone’ Won’t Be Around Much Longer, Warns Top Streamer

Herschel Dr Disrespect’ Beahm IV, controversial streamer, has once more attacked Call Of Duty. He claimed that the game is in such a bad state that even Microsoft’s $69 billion Activision Blizzard buyout will not be enough to save it.

Microsoft surprised us all last week (and ended my lunch break), when it confirmed that it was going to buy Activision Blizzard, and all of its IP, in a historic deal. It’s unclear what this means for Call Of Duty, but there has been talk of games remaining on PlayStation,, and that the series might even abandon its divisive annual release schedule.

Call Of Duty’s recent acquisition by Microsoft is seen as a positive move forward. However, Beahm believes that Warzone is at risk. The battle royale is already plagued by so many problems, he claims, that Microsoft will have nothing left to save the IP once it has taken control.

Beahm is a vocal critic Warzone for many months. However, his most recent attack on the game was when he was taken down by an enemy player at a tournament.

The YouTuber declared, “Microsoft is not going to save your life!” “There’s nothing… nothing!” There are so many problems. There is no audio. This game is a sham. Your game is a sham! Microsoft will not save you. It won’t. The game engine is also outdated. It’s really a wrap. It’s a wrap! It’s over!

It’s difficult to take in the criticisms of someone who was shouting at a game that he just lost, but Beahm has been making solid points against Warzone for a while. A YouTuber attacked the game’s updates a few weeks back and said that they are making battle royale feel less like Call Of Duty.

He said, “It’s supposed be an over-the-top arcade blockbuster game that you can just pop in and start playing and having fun with.” It’s a high-reputation game. But I don’t get that feeling. This game is making me fall asleep.

In recent months, other streamers and fans expressed their dissatisfaction with Warzone. However, I’m not sure if this is enough to indicate that the game will die anytime soon. It’s not going anywhere, with over 36k viewers streaming on Twitch at the moment and millions of players worldwide. However, it is evident that there is more significant change needed, and it is happening quickly.

‘Call Of Duty: Warzone’ Won’t Be Around Much Longer, Warns Top Streamer
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