YouTube streaming icon Guy "DrDisrespect" Beahm is increasingly becoming frustrated with Halo Infinite's mounting issues, ranging from troubles with aim assist and game crashes to more recent server disconnections. The Two-Time explained that he is on the verge of uninstalling the "broken" game and slammed 343 Industries for their lack of flawlessness.
The Doc's latest attitude toward Halo's newest iteration marks a significant shift from his prior opinion of the game. Last month, he gave Halo infinite the seal of approval, citing it was "a breath of fresh air" compared to other AAA competitor titles. However, it seems as though the Doc may have spoken too soon.
Dr Disrespect on quitting "broken" Halo Infinite
During a recent YouTube Livestream, Dr Disrespect was unexpectedly dropped from his ranked match with TimTheTatman and CouRage and hit with a connection error message reading, "You have lost connection to the game server."
The Doc was visibly frustrated as he proceeded to skim through the multiplayer menu, brewing with anger. "Oh god, man. I wonder how many ranks did I lose on that [...] If it goes past halfway champs, I might uninstall," he said before slamming his fist on the counter.
"This is insane! How are no AAA studios coming out with flawlessness in the first-person shooter genre?" the Doc added. Dr Disrespect continued to criticise the "broken" game.
"This is such a broken game; I'm sick of it [...] It's just so frustrating," the Doc said. He then continued to criticise the aim assist issues before mentioning the recurring game crashes that he's been experiencing.
"And now we're losing connection to servers? I'm losing my rankings over this, and it's nuts," the Two-Time said.
Dr Disrespect's biggest qualms with Halo Infinite is that 343 Industries have several years to release a polished, finished product and explained that over this time, it would be reasonable not to expect such issues.
The Doc further mentioned that he loves the game, but the disconnects and aim assist problems are certainly defusing his initial "sky-high" expectations. "I've been thinking that maybe my expectations were too high; I have to tone them f**king down," the Doc concluded.
We certainly resonate with Dr Disrespect on this one; however, as we've learned from the underwhelming launch sales of Call of Duty: Vanguard, we probably shouldn't get our hopes up.
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