An artist complains and the community responds with harsh criticism towards Activision.
Call of Duty is being right now current issue due to all the news related to Modern Warfare 2, such as the announcement of the dates of its betas are on the order of the day. However, despite the fact that the annual delivery of the war franchise is going to have more focuses of attention, it should not be overlooked that Call of Duty Warzone remains a fundamental slipstream for Activision.
This can be seen in the huge number of users who enjoy the warlike title while adding new content that could even involve a crossover between Call of Duty Warzone and The Umbrella Academy, the famous Netflix series that premiered its third season in recent weeks. However, what we have come to tell you about Call of Dutyu Warzone is not flattering, but rather the opposite, since Activision has been accused of plagiarism.
Floof Furry from Call of Duty Warzone is removed due to obvious plagiarism
It has recently been seen as a Twitter user named Saillin has accused the Call of Duty Warzone team for plagiarizing a design that he originally posted on ArtStation in 2019, refuting this fact with a proof that demonstrate the similarities between the original design and that of Warzonebeing more than evident the resemblance both in the outfits and in the accessories and appearance.
This skin, which is called Floof Furryhas been removed from Call of Duty Warzone, being unusual that even the development team has admitted plagiarism. It should be noted that all this has also happened due to community reviews at the same time that Saillin affirms that does this to prevent future plagiarism, as well as to create a bad precedent. You can see the tweet below:
— saillin (@saillin5) July 29, 2022
For the rest, we will have to see what Activision Blizzard surprises us with in the future, since, despite its purchase by Microsoft, the company is far from cleaning up its image after all the controversies that have shaken them in recent years. , being this plagiarism simply one more from the list.