So Here's What Will Get You Banned In Call of Duty: Black Ops II
Written by: Dan Seitz | November 12, 2012 at 7:12AM
With every new Call of Duty game comes a lot of multiplayer matches... and also griefers, cheaters, and poor sports.
So, who will be punished and how will they be dealt with in Call of Duty: Black Ops II?
A day ahead of the game officially launching, the Security and Enforcement Policy has been released.
The punishments are pretty straightforward, for the most part, but perhaps the most attention getting (and certainly amusing) section is near the bottom. For example, if you craft an offensive emblem, the first time, it'll be a temporary ban from the Emblem Editor. Do it twice and you'll be banned from Emblem editing for good.
Similarly, if you drop an f-bomb during a live stream, or happen to play an unlicensed song during one, then you'll get a temporary ban. Keep it up and you won't be able to livestream at all.
Our Take: In other words, don't cheat and be polite to your friends when shooting them in the face, stabbing them in the kidney from behind, sniping them from 200 yards away, or blasting them with a pain ray. Got it.
We kid, we kid! Sportsmanship and fair play is very important in gaming. That said, we do hope the occasional accidental profanity will be forgiven, not punished, because hey, we all curse at games. Especially if we get killed unfairly, by which we mean "at all."
Here's a trailer of all the fun things you'll be politely doing to your friends!