A rather vague and indistinct PR response has been released regarding the alleged leak of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 early Saturday morning. Turns out that the leak wasn't of the full retail release of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 and what was compromised was simply an early demo build, According to Activision. Some people wiped the sweat off their foreheads while others asked “Oh wait, that wasn't Black Ops 1 modded for the 360? Oops, my bad.”

According to Inside Gaming Daily [via Just Push Start] Activision has been issuing the following statement to all those who ask about whether the alleged footage from iHc James' uTOR Engine for Black Ops 2 was legit or not, saying...
The video posted is from a development demo build, using developer tools meant for testing. The retail build was never accessed or compromised.

So there you have it, folks: Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 did not get ravaged by pirates early on. It's chastity has remained intact. If it were sold as an icecream treat it would still have a cherry on top.

The footage allegedly contained cheats that already breached and hacked the security of Black Ops 2, pre-release. Additionally, it was rumored that the disc had been leaked and torrented, but a quick search on the regulars provides zero information on a legitimate leak of the game.

So on the upside, Black Ops 2 has not been torrented or cracked. On the downside, it looks so much like the first Black Ops that it was hard to tell if it had been cracked and torrented.

Nevertheless, you can look for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 to launch in early November for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, but given that hackers already have mods, cheats and hacks awaiting the game's release, you can bet your bottom dollar you're going to have a lot of frustration fun with the multiplayer on day one.

Need more info? You won't find much at the Official Website but you're welcome to look anyway.

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