If you have kept up with all the news surrounding upcoming shooter Call of Duty: Black Ops II, then you are aware the game has been leaked before its official release on November 13. With many acquiring the game through retail sites, some for out of this world prices. The game has now found itself on torrents ripe for the picking, something Treyarch ain’t happy about.
This has left the developer and publisher Activision with a colossal headache, as gamers began and still are uploading videos, pictures and now live-streaming the game for everyone to see. Treyarch game design director David Vonderhaar has responded to all these uploads via Twitter recently.
I’m really glad people are excited for the game. Legit streams coming up later this week and early next. Watch this space.
If you are going to live-stream the game early, which I don’t remotely recommend, you could at least be good at it. :P
Doesn’t really sound like a man really worried about the whole mess, good to see Treyarch embrace the chaos. When the launch day does eventually arrive and we all legitimately get our hands on the game, this whole fiasco will be a thing of the past.
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