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Call of Duty: Black Ops II's 'Security & Enforcement Policy' outlines ban-worthy offenses

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Author: JC Marx  

Activision and Treyarch have released their official stance on what they'll do to your account if "you are a bad person doing bad things" in Call of Duty: Black Ops II.

Earlier today, Game Design Director at Treyarch David Vonderhaar announced that those players who have gotten their hands on COD: BO2 early will not have their progress, stats, emblems, and XP reset. Unless of course they fall into the "bad person, bad things" category metioned above.

Call of Duty: Black Ops II's 'Security & Enforcement Policy' outlines ban-worthy offenses

In order to make sure you're not one of the virtual miscreants of Black Ops 2, head over to the official 'Security & Enforcement Policy' posting and follow the guidelines. Not only do you want to keep your account in good standing, but the rest of us legitimate players will greatly appreciate it!

Source: @DavidVonderhaar

Link: Call of Duty: Black ops II - Security & Enforcement Policy

Posted on: 11/12/2012 | ? Comments
Tags: Call of Duty, Black Ops II, COD, BO2, Black Ops 2, Treyarch, Activision, Security & Enforcement Policy, ban hammer, Video Game News
JC Marx

Cutting his gaming teeth at Aladdin's Castle and on the Commodore 64, JC entered into video game journalism in 2008. Helping run GameDynamo as its director is both a dream and a rewarding challenge.

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