PUBG Corp Drops Lawsuit Against Epic Games - PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds

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PUBG Corp Drops Lawsuit Against Epic Games - PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds

According to Bloomberg, PUBG Corp has sent a letter to Epic Games to inform them that it was dropping the lawsuit originally filed in January 2018.

We know you want to get back out to the Playground LTM.

"Build massive structures. Practice with the weapons and items. We've got multiple teams working to get this mode back into your hands so you can let your imaginations run wild", said Epic on Reddit. We've since separated the Playground matchmaker from the one that affects the default modes and made large improvements to assist with the number of players.

You can read the full patch notes for Fortnite v4.5 over at Epic Games' website.

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Finally, for those of you who still play the single-player Save the World mode of Fortnite, the finale of the Blockbuster event can now be played, and the Builder Pro controller layout is available as well.

"PC players will be prompted to update their clients when matchmaking to apply this patch". Friendly fire is turned on, but if a friend kills you, you respawn nearly immediately, dropping from the battle bus again with the freedom to go anywhere else on the island.

However, it now looks like fans will not need to Visit different Taco Shops in a single match OR Search between movie titles in Week 9.

The lawsuit, which was first reported on last month, was based on the same reason the two games became overnight successes: The wildly popular "battle-royale" type gameplay that pits 100 players against each other until one player or team is left standing.

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