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A couple of weeks back, the Call of Duty Twitter made a super stupid PR move when they put up fake news that, let's be honest here, was a little too real for most people's liking.

Neither Treyarch nor Activision ever made public apologies for the big PR blunder. However, Treyarch's Jason Blundell did say that he was "personally very sorry" about the entire mess.

It's nice to finally see some form of apology, but I take issue with the fact that he says, "it was absolutely not done for any kind of attention in any way." Just what does he think social media and marketing are for?

(via IGN)