Some players complain about their opinion unfair game balance in Call of Duty Black Ops 2 Some weapons like the AN-94 and GASB 50 were attenuated with a patch. But instead of this, Activision and Treyarch to mediate in the sober tone, rattled some shooter fans going so right. Design Director David Vonderhaar said to have even received death threats. Dan Amrich Activision has criticized this shameful behavior.
Treyarch and Activision had inflicted in the past a lot of criticism of the community. Fans complained about the allegedly unfair game balance in Call of Duty Black Ops 2 In businesslike tone would have been no problem, but suggested some gamers clearly out of line. As reported by Dan Amrich Activision, design director David Vonderhaar is regularly insulted by the Call of Duty fans. Vonderhaar said to have even received death threats after the development studio recently published a list of patch notes for the PC version.
Among other things, the rate of fire with the DSR was reduced 50 and reduces the damage of the AN-94th Previously missed the DSR 50 every 0.2 seconds, a projectile. Since the release of the update, the weapon fires every 0.4 seconds to be ready. Dan Amrich now has enough of the insults and Anfeidungen: In a blog post criticizing the shameful behavior of the Call of Duty community. Activision employees refers to the effect that can have such a behavior to outsiders might.
"When the loudest voices in the Call of Duty 'community' as an angry mob behavior, what do you think Call of Duty is perceived in the world?" Said Amrich asks. It is not surprising, when video games and gamers would not be taken seriously if they continue to behave like this. "(...) It is therefore assumed that gamers are immature bastards. Because the immature bastards are loud." Amrich of course not claiming that all players behave in such anti-social. Many fans would be specifically turned on Twitter, with constructive suggestions for improvement Vonderhaar.