Activision has apologized for the fluffy dog skin that was promised as coming to Call of Duty Warzone, which was based on a fan-made design.

“We have the highest regard for innovation and content production,” stated an Activision spokeswoman in a statement first reported by Polygon. “We adore the Loyal Samoyed, but due to an error in our process, we have had to remove its visual from the game. We apologize for the oversight.”

It appears that the Loyal Samoyed skin has been permanently imprisoned.

A fluffy dog skin set to be released in Call of Duty Warzone has been accused of plagiarism, and Activision has removed images of the impending canine from its website.

The charge of plagiarism is made by concept designer and Call of Duty enthusiast Sail Lin, who has highlighted photographs of their own dog skin design, which was initially submitted to Artstation in December 2019.

Lin claimed on Twitter that he was “extremely sad to see my work being plagiarised in this way by a huge firm like Activision.” Eurogamer has reached out to Activision for comment.

A fluffy dog skin set to be released in Call of Duty Warzone has been accused of plagiarism, and Activision has removed images of the impending canine from its website.

The charge of plagiarism is made by concept designer and Call of Duty enthusiast Sail Lin, who has highlighted photographs of their own dog skin design, which was initially submitted to Artstation in December 2019.

Lin claimed on Twitter that he was “extremely sad to see my work being plagiarised in this way by a huge firm like Activision.” Eurogamer has reached out to Activision for comment.

Meanwhile, here’s Activision’s official teaser, which is still available on YouTube:


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