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LeX Calls Out Dr. Disrespect After His Complains About The Aim Assist



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Alexander Deily, known as “LeX,” is a 31-year-old American former CS:GO player who had played for teams like Mythic, Luminosity Gaming, and more. Currently, he is a full-time streamer on Twitch.

Yesterday, famous streamer Dr. Disrespect criticized the cross-play games such as Apex Legends and Call Of Duty: Warzone complained about the aim assist feature that allows console players to aim more precisely compared to the other players.

Doc wanted to show how frustrated to play against a decent console player by saying that he is about to break lots of things and stated that the game developers should do something about it before its too late.

After a moment, LeX took his official Twitter account to reply Doc’s tweet and explained why Doc shouldn’t bother himself while talking with the developers.

As LeX said, Doc should have stopped playing the games that have aim assist, and he should have been playing the real FPS games such as Valorant and CS:GO instead of helping the developers that don’t care about himself.

LeX wrote:

“I’ve got an idea: stop playing games with controller aim assist. Have some self-respect. Play CSGO. Play Valorant. Play Quake. Real FPS games aren’t going away, stop supporting devs that don’t care about you.”

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