Activision accused of stealing Dr Disrespect’s game for  Call of Duty skin

Activision accused of stealing Dr Disrespect’s game for $20 Call of Duty skin

Activision accused of stealing Dr Disrespect’s game for  Call of Duty skin

Just weeks after acknowledging the “fake” of plagiarizing the Floof Fury skin for Call of Duty: Warzone (opens in a new tab)Activision is facing accusations of doing it again, this time with a skin that looks remarkably like a “Variant” in Midnight Society’s upcoming extraction shooter Dedrop.

Variants, in the world of Deaddrop, are players who have purchased the first round of early access passes to the game. essentially NFTs that grant unique visor skins to those who own them. Think Daft Punk but more overtly martial.

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“The VisorCortex acts as your identity within the Midnight Society and can be used as your verified avatar inside and outside the community,” the studio explained. (opens in a new tab) in March, before Midnight Society’s game had a proper title. “Variants can sell their Access Pass with their VisorCortex ID attached to forfeit their usefulness within the Midnight Society or trade VisorCortex IDs with other Access Pass holders without losing their Variant benefits.”

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