Rockstar and Take-Two are facing legal issues over open-world cowboy-’em-up Red Dead Redemption 2. The business filing the lawsuit, Pinkerton Consulting and Investigations, is seeking royalty payments over two characters who work for the 19th century version of the company.
Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford and the studio’s formal general counsel Wade Callender are suing each other in a messy legal battle. These accusations include claims of siphoning money as well as some much more disturbing claims.
Alfonso Riberio, the actor who played Carlton Banks in the 90’s sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-air, is suing Epic Games over an emote in Fortnite. He’s also filed a similar lawsuit against 2K for similar reasons.
It would appear things are going from bad to worse for Telltale Games. After announcing massive layoffs ahead of the studio closing, Telltale is now being hit with a class-action lawsuit for violation of California’s WARN laws.
The developer of exclusively PlayStation console games such as Heavy Rain and Detroit: Become Human, has lost a lawsuit against them by a former employee. Quantic Dream faced an intense investigation and the discoveries led to the courts ruling out of their favor.
Nintendo has filed a lawsuit against the owner of two large ROM-distributing websites. The damages could lead up to $100 million and an injunction in order to gain control over the domain names.
It was previously reported that PUBG Corp, creator of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, was filing a lawsuit against Epic Games, the creator of Fortnite. Now it seems that the two titans of Battle Royale games won’t be going to court after all.
Bethesda is filing a lawsuit against Warner Bros. and Behaviour Interactive over a newly-released Westworld mobile game. Bethesda claims that the game is a “blatant rip-off” of their 2015 mobile game Fallout Shelter.
The new fan-made project called Halo Online is facing some backlash from the original Halo creators, Microsoft. While this Halo Online idea was originally from Microsoft and Saber Interactive it was scrapped and now fans have taken it upon themselves to make it a reality.
In a case brought by Infernal Technologies and Terminal Reality, Microsoft is be sued for patent infringement. We’ve got the details on this lawsuit here!
The Netflix’s critically acclaimed series Stranger Things directed by the Duffer Brothers has come under fire in a recent lawsuit claiming that the show stole the premise. Since this is a hugely popular show on Netflix, we’ll give you all the news here about it!