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Bethesda lawsuit against Behaviour Interactive “amicably resolved”

A lawsuit filed against Behaviour Interactive has been amicably resolved, publisher Bethesda has recently advised.

The lawsuit was filed over Westworld, a mobile title Bethesda said was too similar to its own Fallout Shelter. Behaviour Interactive developed both titles. Bethesda alleged that Behaviour reused code from Fallout Shelter in the Westworld game, pointing to a glitch that was present in both titles.

“Bethesda Softworks and Behaviour Interactive jointly announced today that the parties have amicably resolved the lawsuit Bethesda brought against Behaviour and others related to the Fallout Shelter and Westworld mobile games,” Bethesda advised in a press release sent to Stevivor.

It’s unclear what the resolution entails; Warner Bros. was named in the lawsuit but not detailed as part of this resolution.

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