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Call of Duty dog skin images scrubbed following plagiarism claim

Call of Duty's contentious canine skin.

A fluffy dog skin set to release in Call of Duty Warzone has been hit by a claim of plagiarism, and Activision has now pulled imagery of the upcoming pooch from its website.

The claim of copying comes from concept artist and Call of Duty fan Sail Lin, who has highlighted images of their own dog skin design, originally uploaded to Artstation back in December 2019.

Writing on Twitter, Lin said he was “very disappointed to see my work being plagiarised by a big company like Activision in this way”. Eurogamer has contacted Activision for comment.

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Call of Duty Warzone.

Activision announced the “Loyal Samoyed” skin for Warzones Kim Tae Young operator last week, as part of a season four blog post, which as Polygon spotted has now been edited to remove images of the canine costume in question.

An archived version of the still-live article shows the blogs original version, however, and looks to have been edited following Lins post.

Lin says his original design, dubbed “Samoye Medical”, shares numerous similarities with Activisions version beyond using the same dog breed. Its also, disappointingly, nothing like Call of Duty Ghosts Colin.

The image below, posted by Lin, points to specific details found in both his original artwork and an official trailer for Activisions version, dubbed the “Floof Fury Tracer Pack”.

Lins comparison image.
Lins comparison image of the dog designs.

Meanwhile, heres Activisions official trailer, which can still be found uploaded elsewhere on YouTube:

Call of Duty Warzones Floof Fury Tracer Pack.

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