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Author indie game designer dismisses because copying CoD weapons
Indie studio Trek Industries has put a designer on the street because these weapons of Call of Duty and other items has ripped the game The Orion Project. That game was called after a Steam dmca notification of Activision, but is now back online.
In an extensive report on Steam says David Prassel Trek Industries that he provided evidence of Activision that the company has clear elements of Activision games ripped for The Orion Project. The designer of this would have offered to modify these parts, but is summarily dismissed.
It is not clear to which parts of it are in evidence, but Prassel admits that there were similarities between the Auto Shotgun by The Orion Project and weapons of Call of Duty and that there are now more similarities have been found. On Reddit held an online list with depictions of weapons that resembled.
Tuesday Trek Steam Industries, the game was called off after a DMCA takedown notification of Activision. Pull Industries bands initially furious about the removal. The message was going to take over weapon art from Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. It would be the M8A7 rifle and the Bal-27 shotgun.
Prassel reports that in Version 1.5.5 the controversial parts have been removed and other items are deleted as Activision prompted. Moreover, the DevHelmets be removed from the game. Some of these masks and helmets showed similarities to those of popular characters like Boba Fett and Guyver. The game is now back on Steam appeared .Viewing:-175
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