Black Ops II may violate contract with Infinity Ward
Call OF Duty: Black Ops II may violate the terms of a binding agreement between Activision and Infinity Ward signed back in 2008.
The Memorandum of Understanding signed stipulates that Infinity Ward is the only studio permitted to work on a Call Of Duty title with a post-Vietnam setting.
Given that Black Ops II has a near-future setting which definitely breaks the agreement stated in the Memorandum of Understand which is legally binding.
Activision and Treyarch representatives have currently declined to comment on the matter.
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