Activision has been accused of stealing one of its latest skins from another title following the Loyal Samoyed cosmetic controversy.
Perhaps the only thing better than jumping into an online multiplayer title and killing an opponent call of Duty is able to do it in style. Cosmetics for games like Call of Duty: Warzone and vanguard are released consistently, allowing players to customize their character as they see fit. In recent weeks, however, Activision has gotten into hot water after claims the publisher stole a Call of Duty: Warzone Skin by an artist with no credit.
Now the publisher is once again facing similar accusations as fans find similarities between another cosmetic Call of Duty: Warzone and a skin available in crashthe upcoming game from Midnight Society. Call of Duty The new Doomsayer shows some clear similarities to the unnamed skin used in crash, with the most notable feature being the hooded holographic skull helmet included in both. These similarities were first spotted by Twitter user ModenasHD, who pointed them out online with a side-by-side comparison image.
This prompted a response from ex-Infinity Ward developer Robert Bowling, who has worked on previous work call of Duty Title and working on it now crash. Bowling said “at least name it after me”, apparently referring to the Doomsayer skin. So far there have been no official statements from either Dr Disrespect’s Midnight Society or Activision, but it seems only a matter of time before either of these companies addresses the striking similarities between the two skins. When the artist behind the concept used for the Loyal Samoyed skin put pressure on Activision, the publisher eventually released an apology.
Consider that crash currently in development, with Midnight Society and Dr. Disrespect only revealed the name of the game at the end of July, it seems that work on the upcoming vertical extraction shooter is far from over. This means that while there are clear similarities between the Doomsayer skin and the one it contains crashPlayers can only use those call of Duty Cosmetics for the foreseeable future. This could indicate that Activision might not be taking a similar approach compared to its Samoyed skin controversy.
Hopefully this issue will be resolved soon, but given the outspoken personality of Dr. Disrespect, it seems likely that he will comment on the matter shortly. In other Activision news, the company has seen the alleged leak of Call of Duty: Warzone 2 Release date marking a day players may already have on their calendars.
Ceverything from Duty: Warzone is now available for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
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