The recent release of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 has caused a mass uproar amongst the fans of the popular game. While one group is happy to see the game getting a reboot, another group is upset that they can no longer create custom emblems to use on their weapons.
A number of users of the popular shooter, Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, have been banned after creating custom emblems as a response to the game’s recent ruleset update. A recent update introduced a new rule that prevents any emblems from being created within the game without being approved first. Due to the wide number of people creating emblems without approval, Treyarch has decided to permanently ban anyone who is caught. The developer said it needs to ensure that the game is fair for everyone. However, there are a number of people who are unhappy with the decision, and are claiming that there wasn’t enough communication about the update.
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Treyarch Studios is permanently prohibiting Black Ops 3 players who have inappropriate symbol designs or custom paint jobs from utilizing this function in the future.
Offensive designs include those associated with terrorist organizations, phallic iconography (dicks), and those associated with Nazis.
If your design meets these requirements, you may get the notice below and be permanently barred from utilizing this function in multiplayer mode. This is true for both the game’s emblems and the paint shop.
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Keep in mind that this is a permanent restriction for the user, which means you won’t be able to utilize custom emblems or access the paint shop until the ban is lifted. If you wish to utilize this function, you should do it in a manner that demonstrates your inventiveness rather than just aiming for anything insulting.
This isn’t the first time
This isn’t the first time Treyarch has utilized bans to stifle fan art, as it has in the past with other titles in the franchise. People who choose to misuse the system in Call of Duty: Black Ops 1 and 2 were also banned.
However, many [ISIS] clan tags have been reported in Black Ops 3, which may be related to the latest bans.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is currently available on PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. Treyarch Studios created it, and Activison released it.
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