As part of the settlement to the Bethesda vs Interplay saga, Bethesda has reclaimed the rights to the Fallout MMOG.
The long and messy legal battle between Bethesda and Interplay over the Fallout IP has finally been settled.
The Bethesda vs Interplay saga heads to court this month and reaches a new level of ridiculousness.
Bethesda loses another round to Interplay in the courtroom following a rejected injunction appeal that allows Interplay’s work on Fallout Online to continue.
Bethesda suffers another setback in their Fallout IP legal battle with Interplay after a judge dismisses their move for a restraining order against co-developer Masthead Studios.
Interplay and Bethesda are trading more blows over the Fallout MMOG following a new June 23rd court filing.
Interplay hopes to develop the post-apocalyptic MMORPG Fallout Online despite legal troubles, but can the developer survive its own apocalypse?
The battle between Bethesda and Interplay over the Fallout MMOG has taken another interesting turn.
2010 was quite a year for controversy and lawsuits from the MMOG side of the gaming industry and last week we reported our first MMOG-related lawsuit story of the year with the US Patent lawsuit against Activision Blizzard and Zynga.
Just when you thought that Fallout Online had cleared troubled waters, the sea begins to churn once more.
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