This Thursday Activision removed a custom pack from the in-game store, inspired by streamer Nick ‘NICKMERCS’ Kolcheff, after he made controversial comments about educating children on LGBTQIA+ issues. Decision that has divided the community between those who agree and those who reject the measure, one of them being the controversial streamer Dr Disrespect.
During a recent live stream, Dr Disrespect expressed his support for NICKMERCS, saying that the content that existed in Call of Duty was a “great representation” of streamers, praising Nick for getting his own skin in the game.
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And furthermore, he said that after Activision’s measure, “what I have to do, what we must do, is to uninstall the game, first of all. Make no mistake, this year’s Call of Duty is the worst in franchise history, but that decision by the CoD PR and marketing team, I’m telling you right now, is hard to swallow.”
“That’s one thing. I’ll talk about awards, we’ll talk about sports. These are the topics we will talk about, but one thing we won’t talk about is politics. These people online are extreme one way and the other. We do not have time. We are here to put on a show”, assured the streamer.
Finally, Dr Disrespect said that Call of Duty developers should “publicly apologize or restore their skin pack” and warned that otherwise, the controversial streamer banned from Twitch, will not “consider” playing any title of the game again. franchise.
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