CoD: Warzone 2.0 Gets The Best Of Nadeshot In Epic Meltdown

"Call of Duty" players have never been known to be particularly shy about voicing their gripes with the series. And the newly released "Modern Warfare 2" and "Warzone 2.0" have provided ample fuel for complaints about the exploits or bugs players are running into. For example, players recently found a money exploit that offsets the hard work of players who amassed their cash legitimately. There's also been plenty of grief around an invisibility glitch that gives users an obvious upper hand in the battle royale mode, frustrating many. But it's not just regular players that have shared their frustrations about the new series entries, as content creators have also jumped on the bandwagon. 

Live streamer Dr Disrespect isn't happy with some aspects of "Warzone 2.0," voicing his frustration about the new backpack looting system in the title. Recently, one of the most prominent "Call of Duty" content creators, 100 Thieves' Nadeshot, exploded on stream while attempting a "Warzone 2.0" challenge. And after hearing his complaints, many sympathized with his frustration. Here's what caused the meltdown and how fans have replied.

Game crashes ruined Nadeshot's challenge stream

After hours of streaming "Warzone 2.0," Nadeshot snapped. The streamer was putting in long hours to earn a Nuke, and grabbing a Nuke in "Warzone 2.0" is no easy task, requiring the player to complete multiple challenging objectives. This includes winning five matches in a row and then completing a special challenge on the sixth match (via Rockpapershotgun). But winning five matches in a row is much harder to pull off if the game crashes every other match. Something, Nadeshot found out firsthand during his challenge stream.

After winning four matches in a row, Nadeshot was well on his way when the game unexpectedly crashed. Immediately after, Nadeshot exploded, venting his frustration with a series of curses. He explained that he has a "state of the art PC" worth five thousand dollars, so his setup wasn't the issue. Nadeshot argued that with all the success "Warzone 2.0" and "Modern Warfare 2" have had, crashes like this shouldn't happen on his hardware.

After cooling off, Nadeshot commented on the clip via Twitter, writing that he was embarrassed by how he reacted. He also wrote that the clip missed "the hours and hours where I praised the game," and urged "Warzone" developers not to take what he said personally. Many in the replies were sympathetic toward Nadeshot, echoing identical complaints about their games crashing. Gamers were also happy to see Nadeshot highlight an issue affecting many players.