Black Ops III video criticised for flood footage
The makers of computer game Call of Duty: Black Ops III have been criticised for using images of a flood-hit Denbighshire town in a promotional video.
Several streets in Rhyl were flooded with sea water caused by a storm surge in December 2013.
The town’s former mayor, councillor Andrew Rutherford, told the Daily Post it “put people’s misery into a game”.
About 400 people were forced to leave their homes after streets in Rhyl were flooded with sea water.
The Call of Duty series of first-person shooting games has sold tens of millions of copies worldwide.