Bethesda Sues Warner Bros. and Nuclear shelter Co-developer Behavior Interactive on a recently published West world Mobile Game, with Bethesda calling it a "blatant rip-off".
In a lawsuit in a Maryland U.S. District Court filed the Nuclear shelter Publisher claims that behavior West world has "the same or very similar game design, art style, animations, features, and other gameplay elements" as the title.
Bethesda continues to claim that Behavior "has used the same proprietary computer code it has created Nuclear shelter in the West world, "Points to a bug found in earlier versions of the game, which also appears in Warner Bros.'s new title.
Finally, Bethesda claims that Behavior and Warner Bros. "copied the properties of Fallout Shelter and then made cosmetic changes West world"Western" theme and overall that "behavior violated his contract with Bethesda and used his limited access to Bethesda intellectual property … [to] offer players the widespread gaming experience in Nuclear shelter, "
Bethesda is suing for copyright infringement, misappropriation of trade secrets and breach of contract. The publisher seeks damages through a jury trial.
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West world is now available on iOS and Android and Nuclear shelter is available on Windows PC, Xbox One, PS4, Switch, iOS and Android.