Black Ops 2 Online Rules Of Conduct Revealed

Posted November 12, 2012 - By Adam Rosenberg

     VIDEO PREVIEW: Call of Duty: Black Ops 2

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is in stores tomorrow, and Treyarch is letting fans know what sort of behavior won't be tolerated online. The developer posted the game's official rules of online conduct on its forums and -- surprise, surprise! -- you're going to get in trouble if you act like an asshat online.

Not only are the rules basically identical to what we've seen in previous Call of Duty games, they're also pretty much common sense to anyone who is capable of measuring such things. Don't be nasty to people, don't try to break the game for the purposes of cheating, don't use modded devices, and don't pirate the software.

The lone newcomer to the rules and regulations prohibits "offensive live streams or unauthorized live stream content," since live streaming is a feature of the new game. Again though, nothing unexpected.

Black Ops 2 Online Rules Of Conduct Revealed


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