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Bethesda settles lawsuit with Warner Bros. and Behaviour over ‘Westworld’ game

Bethesda Softworks has settled a lawsuit against Warner Bros. and developer Behaviour Interactive over a Westworld base-building game, which Bethesda alleges was a ripoff of its Fallout Shelter game. The company filed a lawsuit for copyright infringement, breach of contract, and unfair competition back in June 2018. Bethesda released a brief statement claiming they’ve reached an “amicable” agreement, but the company didn’t disclose the terms. The companies will bear the cost of attorney fees and the like and Bethesda dismissed its claims with prejudice, which means the same claims can’t be brought up again. Back in June, Bethesda accused Behaviour of using copyrighted code from Fallout Shelter to develop the Westworld game. That a bug found in the early version of Fallout Shelter, which Behaviour developed with Bethesda, was found in Westworld. But both Warner Bros. and Behaviour disputed this claim, saying the accusations were baseless.

Source: Gamastura + Polygon


Bethesda gives ‘Fallout 76’ three free games

Bethesda is hoping to make up for all the issues that plague Fallout 76 by offering players a free copy of Fallout Classics Collection. These include Fallout 1, 2, and Tactics. It’ll be playable on the PC but the offer will be given to any player who logged into the full Fallout 76 game this year—whether you played on the PC or console. According to Bethesda, the freebie will be available in early January. While this doesn’t address the ongoing issues of the game, the developer is hoping this will appease its gamers a bit. As Engadget points out, though, one other way Bethesda can make up for things is by fixing the game and its issues.


‘Rage 2’ looks like it’s going to be a Bethesda Launcher exclusive on the PC

Looks like Bethesda is trying its luck again by skipping Steam once more to launch Rage 2 on its own. Instead of the Steam Logo or a generic PC logo on the game’s pre-order page, the Bethesda Launcher logo is there. While the game developer hasn’t announced any exclusivity plans, it’s safe to assume it’s going to be an exclusive, much like Fallout 76.

Fans who play on the PC might not be happy with this development because of recent events—which include everything from a security breach that leaked user information from the company’s support site to issues with Fallout 76. It makes sense that Bethesda would want to skip Steam, so they’d avoid giving the company 30 percent of its revenue. But whether users are willing to risk using Bethesda Launcher again is another story. Only time will tell. The game launches on May 14, 2019 for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Source: Game Rant 


Bethesda support site for ‘Fallout 76’ leaks customer information

If you think things couldn’t get any worse for Bethesda, well, they just did. The latest issue has customers reporting that they’re getting access to other customers’ personal data when they submit support tickets through Bethesda’s support site. Earlier in the week, Bethesda told customers to file claims on the support site if they’d purchased the Power Armor edition of Fallout 76 and want their canvas bags replaced. What this prompted though, is that some customers got information they shouldn’t have access to, like addresses, emails, and some even partial credit card information. Bethesda resolved the issue after taking the site down for a bit. But there will expectedly be fallout (pun unintended) from this latest trouble and Bethesda has to pick up the pieces once again.

Source: Polygon