Massive online boycott of Call of Duty servers

By Derek Sooman on
A massive online boycott is scheduled for December 17th against the Call of Duty, Call of Duty United offensive and Call of Duty 2 servers, in response to customer concerns that they cannot get any kind of support from the game developer or publisher.

Questions have been asked but the developer hasn't provided any answer, they claim. That's given rise to hurt feelings in the community, but the community wants to make them care.
According to The Inquirer.net these are some of the questions gamers want answering:

1. When will you include an Anti-Cheat system for COD2?
2. When will you release your 1st patch for COD2?
3. What will it include?
4. What other plans have you for the support of the Call of Duty Games?
5. What will you do to ensure this situation does not arise again?

If there are no forthcoming answers, the servers will be shut down for 24 hours, users have threatened.

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