Treyarch will only punish those who got illegitimate copies of the game
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2's existing stats won't be reset ahead of the game's actual launch tomorrow, November 13, as its Game Design Director, David Vonderhaar, confirmed that developer Treyarch would only do this to those who did "bad things."Black Ops II is officially released tomorrow around the world for PC, PS3, and Xbox 360. However, as a result of legitimate or more illegitimate methods, some people have already been playing the game for some time.
These people, if they did nothing wrong, won't see their stats reset ahead of the game's launch, at least according to Treyarch's David Vonderhaar who elaborated on his Twitter.
"Will people be reset? Unless you are a bad person doing bad things, no. Enjoy the game. Services will be spotty as we prepare for the official launch. It's a rolling start. Expect bounces the new few days as we bring up extra services," he said.
In case you want to avoid Treyarch's wrath, you can read up on its banning and security policy here.