LOS ANGELES – The online gaming community is in an uproar after players eager to dive into the long-awaited Zombies mode (MWZ) in the new Call of Duty received a PDF file containing the names of individuals who are not the historically popular game mode, but instead. The game was purchased.
Zombies mode, a staple of the franchise known for its cooperative gameplay and challenging scenarios, should make up a significant portion of the community’s play time. However, according to player Joe “T_Bagz_u420” Lorenzo, players who had access to early copies of MW3 were directed to a document that classified them as “crazy enough to keep buying it”.
“They had a picture of me with a big red stamp that said ‘idiot,'” Lorenzo said. “Isn’t this some sort of invasion of privacy or something?”
Sources close to the development team indicate that this unconventional strategy is the result of extensive market research. The data suggests that the Call of Duty fan base, known for its loyalty and enthusiasm, will reliably invest in any new release regardless of its actual content or value.
Feelings of betrayal and frustration are common among longtime Call of Duty players.
“I have been an avid fan since WWI. “It’s a shock,” said one disappointed player. “But to be honest, if I had known, I would have bought it.”
The controversial PDF appears to specifically highlight those who pre-ordered the game, a decision that has many people questioning the company’s intentions.
In response to a request for comment, an Activision representative responded dismissively: “What are you going to do? cry?”
At the time this article was published, gaming forums and social media platforms were abuzz with speculation and debate, with some speculating whether a “Virus of Awakened Minds” was the cause.