Fortnite sued for 'copying' rival game PUBG


Don't get us wrong - we love Fortnite, and it's a truly excellent battle royale game. Gamers who can survive on the large map with 100 players to remain as the last player alive (or last squad alive) wins the match. The artwork in "Fortnite" may appeal more to kids, and Epic's game is also "cross platform", meaning players on PC, Mac, game consoles and mobile devices can play against each other. It looks like they've made a fool out of all us doubters though, as PUBG Corp have filed suit against Epic Games Korea with the Seoul Central District Court.

Because the lawsuit has reportedly been filed in South Korea, it's unclear if any possible penalty against Fortnite would apply to the game outside that region.

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PUBG's popularity has been declining since the beginning of this year, while Fortnite has continued to pick up steam. "Obviously these are a lot of changes". The last player standing is the victor. "Even once we implement every single one of the optimization opportunities listed above, we will keep looking for more chances to improve the game". However, there are a couple things to point out that may lead more credence to an alternative case. This led PUBG Corp to "contemplate further action", and apparently action has been taken. Together, the company's battle royale titles dominate the genre, both games are built with Epic's Unreal Engine, and both studios are owned at least partially by Tencent. We have covered yesterday about leaks on the season 4 week 5 Fortnite Battle Pass Challenge list, so do check it out if you want to prepare before diving into the fight.

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