The Korean Times reports that the PUBG Corp., developers of "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds", targeted the Korean subsidiary of Cary-based Epic, and is seeking an injunction from the Seoul Central District Court.
The most recent blog post talked about adding many objects to the game's buildings that reflect the culture the map is inspired by, which should give it a more lived-in feel missing from previous tests.
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What are your thoughts on the feud between PUBG Corp and Epic Games?
Behind the scenes, the two companies have an existing business relationship as PUBG is built on the Unreal gaming engine, which was developed by Epic Games. Bluehole officials have complained that beyond the similarity between the two games, Epic "references PUBG in the promotion of Fortnite". Both companies are also partly owned by Tencent Holdings, China's internet giant. It's been playable in some form since March of previous year, whereas Epic Games, which had originally planned to make the Save the World mode the centerpiece of Fortnite, only pivoted to put more emphasis on its Battle Royale mode last fall.
Of course, it isn't hard to see why PUBG Corp. and Bluehole are concerned about Fortnite. Given that Fortnite and PUBG still regularly have millions of concurrent players, it's fair to say that there's still plenty of space for players within the genre. Still, PUBG isn't backing down from its claims that Fortnite is a "carbon copy" of PUBG, and is continuing forward with the lawsuit. It asked that both games be removed from Apple's App Store and Google Play and demanded $150,000 "per infringed work", according to a court filing. In February, Epic Games said Fortnite had broken the world record with 3.4 million people playing at once.