It has been two months after famous "Player Unknown's Battlegrounds" (PUBG) streamer Dr Disrespect shockingly made the announcement about taking a break after allegedly admitting that he was unfaithful to his wife. Fortunately for his fans, recent reports based on this latest post say that he will be coming back to Twitch on Feb. 5, 2018.
Dr Disrespect made his February 5 comeback via his Twitter account when he uploaded a new two-minute video. It looks like the Doc is back in his own usual Twitch streamer self with the perfect editing to match it. "I didn't think I was going to make it out alive, but I did," said Dr Disrespect in this new video.
"Ladies and gentlemen, the Doc is coming back. Stronger, buffer, faster, more dominant than ever. We formed a new club; I call it the Champions Club Doc 2.0. Coming soon." As for what happened between him and his wife, it is unlikely that Doc would be sharing details about it, but based on the video itself, it looks like the two are on good terms again.
Of course, the comeback video would not be complete if the "deadly assassin" wife would not show up. By the near-end of the video, a woman was on Doc's shoulders. As the camera zooms out, it is revealed that that the woman has a knife to Doc's neck. Although the face is not seen, Doc acknowledges her as his wife, the assassin.
Dr Disrespect has one of the largest fanbases on Twitch, and it is no surprise that he was named as the Trending Gamer in 2017 at The Game Awards. He regularly has 30,000 viewers, all watching him play "PUBG."
The Feb. 5 date appears at the end of the video. He does not mention it himself, but it can be easily interpreted as the date of his official comeback on Twitch.