Black Ops 2 Streamer Caught & Burned by Treyarch Game Design Director

We’re still a week away from the release of Black Ops 2, but when has that ever stopped pirates from getting a hold of games? Here’s a case in which a pirate — or just someone very overtly breaking their NDA — is careless enough to actually broadcast their incriminating activity for all the world to see.

Someone streaming Black Ops 2 was called out by none other than Treyarch Game Design Director David Vonderhaar, who posted a message via Twitter that read, “If you’re going to live-stream the game early, which I don’t remotely recommend, you could at least be good at it.” Ouch.

Not only does the individual in question lack the foresight to realize he’s painted a huge target on himself; he also sucks at the game.

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2 Comments on Black Ops 2 Streamer Caught & Burned by Treyarch Game Design Director

Mr Glassback

On November 5, 2012 at 9:18 am

If it was a pirate copy, ( I read this happened with Halo 4 too) then how the hell do these guys get a copy before reviewers even get close to them? Whilst reviews are getting later and later after release date, these pirates have copies well before release dates. Seems strange to me.

Ron Whitaker

On November 6, 2012 at 5:54 am

@Mr Glassback – New game discs pass through lots of people’s hands before they get to reviewers or stores. A guy working at the company printing the discs could have lifted one, someone at Acti could have copied the code and taken it home, or even someone in the shipping department. There are a lot of ways games can get out into the wild, one of which obviously happened with BLOPS2.