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NICKMERCS suggests Dr. Disrespect for NFTs and calls for the Project Moon feature

NICKMERCS has Dr. Disrespect attacked on Twitter for its use of NFTs as a tool in its upcoming game, Project Moon, while demanding that Doc add a specific feature.

For the past few years, NICKMERCS and Dr Disrespect have been going back and forth on social media and streams. The MFAM leader even went so far as to say he could beat Doc in a fight.

dr Disrespect and its game studio, Midnight Society, have recently received a bit of criticism after announcing that their Founders Pass games will be delivered via an NFT.

NICKMERCS joined the Flak on Twitter when he called out the Two-Time for using NFTs – while also demanding his upcoming game have aim assist.

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Dr Disrespect and NICKMERCS have been friends for a number of years.

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On March 22, NICKMERCS replied to a tweet by FaZe Nio, which included a clip of the Call of Duty player quickly killing enemies in-game. He said, “Question. Do you want me to see what you destroy? Because I can not. It’s going too fast.”

Seconds later, Dr. Disrespect for his tweet that controller players still have a lot to learn – meaning people using controllers wouldn’t be able to shoot as fast as Nio did in his clip.

Nick replied, “Your little game better have aim assist. I’m already annoyed with the NFT bulls**t. Lock it up, old man.”

When the people Dr. Disrespect for using NFTs in his new game, the Champions Club leader addressed the situation on stream.

“Listen, in terms of NFTs, you don’t have to have NFTs to play the game,” he said. “It will not change your experience of the game once it is released and it will continue to be free to play. You can’t buy winning.”

If you want to learn more about Two-Time’s new game, visit our hub.

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Emma Bowman

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