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PUBG sues Epic over Fortnite similarities

PUBG Developer Sues Fortnite Maker For Copyright Infringement

Epic Games has said that shopping carts will be scattered across the world in different locations so players will be able to push one around on their own or ride shotgun in one while their teammate pushes them.

To celebrate the launch of the shopping cart, Epic Games also revealed a brand new cinematic trailer, which showcases two players jumping off a wooden ramp only to fail to make it across the gap. And passengers allowed not only to look, but shot.

Epic Games has noticed and addressed the issue on May 21, a day before their v4.2 update, on Reddit and on the Fortnite Community Trello page.

Fortnite patch V4.3 will be bringing into the game its first vehicle ever. PUBG Corp has filed a lawsuit against Epic Games Korea with the Seoul Central District Court. Then again, if it's found Epic tweaked existing codes into something new or different, they'll likely have the upper-hand in this dispute.

However, this all appears a bit rich considering PUBG, and indeed Fortnite, are essentially based on existing game modes from things like H1Z1 and DayZ. However, PlayerUnknown's Battleground is more realistic, while Fortnite is more enjoyable, according to many fans of the Battle Royale genre.

Lastly, it's important to note that the colossal Chinese gaming developer and investor Tencent is now in the crossfire as a result of the Fortnite and PUBG feud.

PUBG has managed to sell more than 40 million copies so far but Fortnite is not far behind. It may be possible the lawsuit gets dropped exclusively based off Tencent's large involvement. 'Players have rightfully called us out for failing to address complaints about performance, and recently we haven't done the best job of communicating about the changes we're making to the game.

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