Activision was not too happy with Reddit users who leaked the Modern Warfare Royale title Warzone.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the company has filed a Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) subpoena against Reddit to identify a leaker in a Call of Duty independent operation Modern Battle Royale Title, theater.
The document legally tried to force Reddit to identify the leaker Assyrian2410, who first posted the image under the subject line "I found the image online, not sure what it was".
After deleting the post posted on February 13 and deleting the user account, the pictures quickly spread on the Internet.
The summons filed on February 14 is as follows:
"Reddit is a service provider published by the subject of the subpoena Reddit user & # 39; Assyrian2410 & # 39; – infringes Activision content. Content infringes Activision ’s exclusive rights under copyright law. Specifically, it is in its popular videos Activision ’s rights are violated in the game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. "
Although the subpoena does not explicitly mention Warzone, it is not difficult to read between the lines.
Activision has not yet announced Battlefield, but rumors have it that it will be released on March 10. Before it was officially released, this was all we knew about the title of the modern battle royale.