Artist alleges Call of Duty plagiarized a military dog skin

A fluffy kerfuffle is brewing around a new Call of Duty skin, with an artist accusing Activision Blizzard and, by extension, Call of Duty: Vanguard maker Raven Software, of plagiarizing their work. Raven Software has since removed the alleged plagiarism, the Floof Fury Tracer Pack, from both its social media and YouTube channels. Mention of the skin was also removed from Raven’s blog post about the pack, as spotted by Polygon. (opens in new tab)

Artist Sail Lin posted (opens in new tab) a comparison and explanation of how the skin pack and their art are similar to several sites. Both depict an (adorable) bipedal Samoyed dog in military-style gear with extremely similar similar shemagh scarf, back-slung open-frame weapon stock, and belt pouch. Both the art and model are done in similar color palette, with a similarly cut overcoat and baggy pants.

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