Court documents obtained by Game Informer suggest that the near-future setting of Treyarch’s upcoming Black Ops 2 could violate the agreement between Activision and Modern Warfare developer Infinity Ward.
Infinity Ward’s Memorandum of Understanding includes a cause that grants the developer authority over ‘any Call of Duty title set in modern day (post Vietnam), the near future or distant future.’
Game Informer’s report suggests that if ex-Infinity Ward bosses Vince Zampella and Jason West win the lawsuit against Activision, the publisher could find itself in a difficult situation, with damages payments the likely outcome.
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