Call of Duty Black Ops: Release In Germany Censored

By Gary Johnson - Oct 4, 2010

The big event which is the release of Call of Duty: Black Ops gets closer, we are beginning to get drip fed details of the game on a daily basis. Today developer Treyarch has announced all the censor details for the upcoming game.

Germany is affected by censorship which is normally the case for them and makes it seem they are missing out quite a bit. A slow motion scene where an enemy is hot with lots of gore has been toned down for the release in Germany.

The German version has had a torture scene which involves a prisoner removed, and there are no explosions in the game which lead to limb loss. Anything that Germany deems as ‘anti-constitutional symbols’ has been removed. The Rolling Stones classic song Sympathy for the Devil has also been removed.

What do you think of the censorship for Germany? Are they missing out?

Source: CODFeeD

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  • lin

    Live in germany too, can i play the game in english? is change the lang possible?

  • thomas

    i live in germany, gore does not effect the gameplay, i mean modern warfare 2 didnt have gore for any country, it will just be not as disgusting when we play + i kind of agree with "joe"

  • joe

    It's not that they are babies, they have no censorship what so ever on TV's. Unlike the US were we can barely show a girl in a bikini on national television. Germany is just strict on proving it is not still in the past with the nazi-mindset.

  • Ben

    Shame, I feel like its something to do with WWI AND WWII

  • Damn

  • Celt Bhoy

    HAHAHAHAHA baby country…the government is the Mummy and the citizens are the Babies….LMAO

    its just a game…wise up the lot of ya

  • Johnny Redstorm

    Sucks for them.