Keeping its word, pressure group Gamers Voice has reported Activision to the UK Office of Fair Trade over the PS3 and PC versions of Black Ops.
Posting an open letter on its website, it said that Activision UK was in serious breach of the Sales of Good Act 1979.
“This complaint is on the basis that Activision UK Ltd are in breach of the Sale of Goods Act 1979 (as amended) which states that when a consumer buys goods they must be: as described; of a satisfactory quality; and fit for any purpose made known at the time of sale to the seller,” read the letter.
“It is clear that Call of Duty: Black Ops for the PlayStation 3 and PC is not ‘as described’; of a satisfactory quality or fit for purpose i.e. to entertain, which was stressed at the time of its release.”
It was reported on Sunday that the group, set up in 2009 by Labour MP Tom Watson, was set to make a formal complaint following an open letter it published, which garnered no response from Activision.
Consider it made. Full letter is here.
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