The long-running saga of Dr Disrespect and Warzone Season 3 has continued thanks to a run-in with a couple of players that have made him question the game’s Aim Assist mechanic.
Warzone Season 3 has proven to be very successful with a lot of the game’s fans, and in our review of it we said it “is in the best place it’s been in for months.” Big changes to Verdansk, every game featuring a variety of different loadouts, and special events have made it different.
And despite agreeing with some of these sentiments early on, Herschel “Guy” Beahm IV AKA Dr Disrespect has grown weary of Warzone, lamented the game’s Solos mode, and the Aim Assist issue has taken the Dr to breaking point.
During his latest stream with his trusty duos partner Zack “ZLaner” Lane, Dr Disrespect had a couple of battles that resulted in him becoming frustrated, slamming his desk, and even threatening to quit the game again.
In the gameplay clip, he said, “Oh my god! Did he toggle? I’ve never seen Aim Assists be so kind. Training wheels man! Training wheels! That’s what it is.”
Dr was visibly exasperated over what happened, and he felt he encountered another instance of Aim Assist later on: “See how easy, look at the controller, look at the controller. Just accidental.”
After losing yet another 1v1, he almost zones out saying, “Woah, woah, woah, that’s the type of sh*t that makes me want to uninstall the game.”
Despite every complaint and rant that he has about Warzone, the Dr continues to play Warzone and we’re sure this won’t be the end of his disagreements with Warzone.
Image Credit: Activision / Raven Software / Dr Disrespect
Warzone & Cold War Season 4 Ground Fall event: Release date, challenges, rewards
Here’s everything you need to know about Warzone and Cold War Season 4’s Ground Fall event, allowing players to earn various unique rewards.
With the satellites crash-landing in Verdansk in Season 4, Warzone and Cold War will include the Ground Fall event, offering players various unique cosmetic rewards.
As teased in the Season 4 reveal trailer, satellites have crash-landed in Verdansk ’84. Similar to Adler’s capture kicking off Season 3’s Hunt for Adler event, these satellites’ arrival will kickstart the ‘Ground Fall’ event.
As with all Cold War and Warzone limited time events, there will be a series of challenges to complete, allowing you to earn cosmetic items such as weapon Blueprints, Operator skins, calling cards, and more.
Warzone & Cold War Ground Fall event release date
Activision have confirmed that the Ground Fall event will kick-off Season 4, so will begin on June 17.
Devs also confirmed that when the new season begins, the Ground Fall event tab will appear on the menus so you can begin completing the challenges and immediately start earning the rewards.
This event is limited time, so you’ll need to complete all of the Black Ops Cold War and Warzone challenges before 10 AM PT on June 24 to earn every reward.
Warzone & Cold War Ground Fall challenges
Similar to the 80s Action Heroes and Hunt For Adler events, there will be separate challenges for Warzone and Black Ops Cold War.
While the full list of challenges hasn’t been revealed yet, devs have given us a taste of what they’ll entail. They said that Cold War’s will be relating to Season 4’s “new modes, maps, and weaponry,” Warzone’s will pertain to the new POIs, such as finding and securing SAT-Links.
Once the Ground Fall event officially goes live at the start of Season 4, we’ll update this article with every challenge for Warzone and Cold War.
Warzone & Cold War Ground Fall rewards
As with previous events, there will be a variety of cosmetic items to earn in the Ground Fall event. As you complete both Cold War and Warzone’s challenges, you’ll earn Ground Fall-themed cosmetics, and for completing every challenge, you’ll get an “out of this world” Epic Secondary Weapon Blueprint.
Here’s every Ground Fall reward confirmed so far:
- Calling Cards
- Satellite Weapon Charm
- Epic Secondary Weapon Blueprint
Stay tuned to Charlie INTEL for all of the Season 4 content still to be revealed, such as the Ground Fall event rewards and Warzone patch notes.
Image Credit: Activision
How to unlock Iridescent Jackal skin in Warzone & Cold War Season 4
Warzone and Cold War is receiving its first ever Ultra-rarity Operator skin in Season 4, so here’s how to unlock Jackal’s Iridescent skin.
Warzone and Black Ops Cold War’s first Ultra-rarity Operator skin is arriving in Season 4, so here’s how to unlock new Operator Jackal’s Iridescent skin.
Alongside the brand new weapons and maps for Warzone and Cold War Season 4, the game will be introducing its first Ultra-rarity Operator skin. New Operator Jackal will receive a unique color-changing outfit, something Verdansk has never seen before.
This new skin “allows Jackal to come alive with a mesmerizing light pattern across his entire jumpsuit and mask,” making it a highly sought-after item in Season 4.
Here’s how to unlock Season 4 Operator Jackal and his Ultra-rarity Iridescent skin in Season 4.
How to unlock Jackal and Iridescent Operator skin
South African mercenary Jackal is Season 4’s featured Operator, who you’ll unlock as soon as you purchase the premium Battle Pass. This costs 1000 CoD Points and you can now either buy the pass yourself or receive it through Call of Duty’s new gifting system.
The Iridescent Jackal Skin will be unlocked at Tier 100 of the premium Season 4 Battle Pass. Reaching Tier 100 will take some time, but you can speed up the process by buying the Battle Pass Bundle for 2400 CoD Points, which includes 20 discounted Tier Skips, or you can take advantage of Double XP events.
Jackal Operator Mission challenges
Once you’ve unlocked Jackal’s Iridescent skin, there will be Operator Missions available to unlock extra styles and “additional cosmetic items.” For completing these missions, you’ll get the silver ‘Manta Ray’ style and the ‘Copperite’ skin, which gives him a “copper shine.”
We’ll need to wait until Season 4 arrives to see the Operator Mission challenges.
Once Season 4 officially goes live, we’ll update this article with Jackal’s Operator Mission challenges and rewards.
Image Credit: Activision / Treyarch
JGOD $100K Warzone Tournament: Bracket, standings, stream & schedule
Warzone stats master JGOD is hosting a $100K Warzone Tournament, and we have the bracket, standings, stream, and schedule covered.
Call of Duty: Warzone statistics master JGOD is going to be hosting a highly-anticipated tournament where players will be competing for the lion’s share of a $100,000 prize pool, and we have everything you need to know about the JGOD Warzone Tournament covered for you.
Warzone has seen various content creators become staples of the video game community regarding the kind of content they deliver to viewers regularly.
One fan-favorite creator is JGOD, as the statistics master is celebrated for the in-depth breakdown of the Call of Duty battle royale for things like weapon stats and more.
Now, JGOD will continue his work in the community by hosting a $100,000 Warzone Tournament that will see some of the best players in the world compete against each other in what is sure to be an exciting show.
We have the bracket, standings, schedule, and stream for the event covered for you so that you do not miss any of the action.
JGOD Warzone Tournament Bracket
We will update this article with the latest bracket for the event below when it is officially made available during each of the four days the competition will occur.
June 5 Bracket
June 15 Bracket
June 21 Bracket
JGOD Warzone Tournament Standings
This section will be updated with the latest set of standings for the competition throughout each day of the event.
JGOD Warzone Tournament June 5 Standings
The JGOD Warzone Tournament will be taking place over the course of 4 days. The first day will be taking place on June 5, 2021, at 5 PM PST/ 7 PM CST/ 8 PM EST/ 1 AM BST.
Players will compete for the second time on June 15, 2021 at 11 AM PST/ 1 PM CST/ 2 PM EST/ 6 PM GMT/ 7 PM BST.
This first day of action will consist of pool play that will see the first 6 captains of the event compete against each other in a 2v2 format.
The remaining three days of the event will occur weekly, with the final day of the competition taking place on June 26, 2021.
Viewers will be able to catch all of the action from the JGOD Warzone Tournament on the content creator’s official Twitch channel.
As with the majority of events, this is where a central hub is likely to be broadcasted that will rotate between the point of view of every competitor to give viewers the best overall view of the battles for the $100,000 prize pool.
There is sure to be plenty of action to arise out of the JGOD Warzone Tournament that will provide countless entertaining moments for the community to witness during its four days of competition.
For more Call of Duty: Warzone, check out the best loadout for the new AMP63 Pistol, and stay tuned for future news and guides.
Image Credits: JGOD/Activision
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