Call of Duty Black Ops to be Banned in Germany

By | November 23rd, 2010



The regular/uncensored version of the hit new game Call of Duty: Black Ops has been selling well in Germany but that may be all about to change according to an report by German website Schnittberichte which says that the Federal Department of Media Harmful to Young Persons has received an urgent action to ban all of the uncensored versions of the game.

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The censored version of the game removes rag-doll and blood spatter effects and also a torture scene in one of the missions. It also removes all images of the Nazi Swastika symbol. The censored version of the game will remain of sell but is not selling very well due to the fact of places such as amazon.de selling the uncensored European version.

Microsoft also added that if may resort to banning players who use the Swastika symbol as their emblem on the online Multi-Player.