By harrypmgaga 76 Comments
[originally written by me for GamesPoint.]
[original article I wrote can be found here.]
A while ago, Bethesda sent Interplay to court to stop them from selling the original Fallout trilogy and to stop them from producing a Fallout MMO. How did it all work out? Find out in this article.
Bethesda sent Interplay to court asking that it stops marketing and selling the original Fallout trilogy and to hand over the developing rights and any work done so far on the upcoming MMO spin-off of the Fallout franchise, working title’d Project V13.
Today, court documents reveal that the judge has ruled in the favour of Interplay, allowing them permission to continue developing Project V13, and to continue publishing the original Fallout trilogy, seperately and as a trilogy-pack.
There is no word if Bethesda will appeal against the decision or not. We at GamesPoint will keep you up-to-date if anything happens.
So what do you think? Comment on it, duders.