The developers of the game The Day Before the gaming community were accused of plagiarism

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The developers of the game The Day Before the gaming community were accused of plagiarism

After ten spectacular minutes of gameplay, The Day Before caused a lot of criticism from gamers. The developers were accused of plagiarism, noting that the players expected unique content. Some felt that The Day Before's footage was too similar to the Call of Duty trailer. In addition, similarities were seen with the materials of such games as The Division, The Last of Us, and so on.

The fans decided that Fantastic repeated in their video for the shooter The Day Before the video scenes from the video dedicated to the release of the exciting zombie mode in the new Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. It was stated by the author of the popular channel on YouTube - Force Gaming. He confirmed his words with posted screenshots from the videos shown. Indeed, there is a certain similarity in the video scenes. However, this still needs to prove that the game creators resorted to copying and plagiarism.

Later, the Internet noted the similarity of video clips from the trailers of The Last of Us and not only. Social media users have also noticed similarities between action art and Tom Clancy's The Division content. For example, one photo shows three cars in a snow-covered area. Remember the same photo illustrations of the famous game Saber Interactive?

So far, the developer company has not responded to comments from upset gamers.

In principle, using references in developing new products is a traditional practice in the gaming industry. But some players are sure that, in this case, the company did not stay within limits. And everything that happened is too similar to complete copying.

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