DrDisrespect Makes A Rogue Company Map Design Called The Arena In Less Than 24 Hours

Nawshad Noor
By Nawshad Noor
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Credit: DrDisrespect Youtube

Youtube streamer DrDisrespect previously declared his wish to design a Rogue Company map. Rogue company gave him less than 24 hours to prove that he can still do it. The Doc did it in less than 24 hours.

Rogue Company is a third-person tactical shooter designed by Hi-Rez. Since the release, it is attracting a lot of traction from players. DrDisrespect played Rogue company on his latest stream and apparently he liked the game a bit too much.

On Twitter, DrDisrespect asked Rogue Company if he could make a map for them. Rogue Company gave him 24 hours to prove that The Doc still had it in him to make a map. The Doc made a map design called The Arena in less than 24 hours.

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DrDisrespects ‘Arena’ Map

DrDisrespect has done it in less than 24 hours. He has made a map design for Rogue Company called ‘The Arena’. The map has three lanes like any other Rogue Company maps. If you look from the side the map kinda resembles the Doc’s mustache. All jokes aside the map look very good and hopefully won’t have any advantage for either defending side or the attacking side. We will know more about this map in the near future.

In a tweet he showed of the map he made for Rogue Company. In the tweet he said,

“Hey @RogueCompany, I introduce…. The Arena.

Do you believe in it?”

Rogue Company was quick reply to the Two Time and they said,

“Okay Dr, you’ve clearly got the skills. We’ll be providing whatever resources you need to bring The Arena to life in 3D. Actually, scratch that. We need it bigger than life – yesterday! We’re all counting on you. Details should hit the flip phone soon.”

So it seems like we will be getting a map in Rogue Company designed by DrDisrespect himself. The map is only designed at this point. It will still take some time for it to be made and be added to Rogue Company.

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Nawshad Noor is a former Editor at GameRiv.