Work can continue on the Fallout MMOG, at least, for now. According to Gamasutra, a U.S. District Court judge has denied Bethesda's motion for a preliminary injunction against publisher Interplay. This means that Interplay can not only continue to sell games from the Fallout trilogy, but work on the presumed Fallout MMOG code named Project V13 can continue as well thanks to the licensing deal between Interplay and Bethesda from when Bethesda purchased the Fallout property.

It also means that Interplay can continue to work on the Fallout MMO, a work-in-progress dubbed Project V13 that can exist because of a licensing deal that Bethesda struck with Interplay. Bethesda bought the Fallout property from Interplay in 2007 for $5.75 million.

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