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Due to a faux pas by K-Mart, players could be banned for playing the game before its expected release, November 8. K-Mart had inadvertently released copies of the game, and Activision has stepped in.

But how, exactly, would early play impact one’s account? I’ve requested some further clarification from both Activision and Toulouse, but haven’t heard back. When/if I do, I’ll update this. But until then, you’ll find my best guesses below:

I seriously doubt anyone will be banned from PSN or Live over playing the game early. It would be really unfair to penalize anyone from playing the game early. After all, many people don’t have video game release dates memorized, and if one of these people walked into a K-Mart yesterday and thought, “Oh, sweet! Modern Warfare 3!” and played the game at home, would anyone really ban his account? It could happen, I guess, but it seems pretty unfair. Besides, I doubt Microsoft or Sony would implement a policy where they alienate their users (and separate themselves from their subscription fees) by outright banning accounts for something like that.

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