Rogue Company released a new patch on October 14, loaded with content influenced by banner Herschel “Dr Disrespect” Beahm. Beahm’s cooperation with Rogue Company developer Hi-Rez started, rather openly, with a Twitter exchange back in August, in which they accepted let him design a map for thegame The map is completed and live as of today, along with 2 new game modes and a Dr Disrespect- influenced cosmetic.
This is the second high profile cosmetic cooperation for Rogue Company, with the first being their current skin bundle with esports org 100 Burglars. Unlike the 100 Burglars collaboration, Beahm’s work with Hi-Rez raises a couple of concerns, as the banner has yet to effectively resolve his June 26 perma-ban from Twitch. Beahm– who has actually considering that moved on to stream on YouTube– preserves he is oblivious regarding why was prohibited.
The Dr Disrespect cosmetic, which was developed in secret, is a custom-made skin for rogueDallas Aesthetically, it is a carbon copy of Beahm’s on- stream personality asDr Disrespect It costs 2,000 Rogue Bucks, or approximately $17 USD, making it the most expensive cosmetic in Rogue Company at the minute.