In June 2018, Bethesda Softworks alleged that Behavior Interactive, the co-developer of Fallout Shelter, had used copyrighted code to make the Westworld mobile game for Warner Bros.. Entertainment. It sued Warner Bros. and Behavior Interactive, alleging that Westworld was a “blatant rip-off” of Fallout Shelter. Now it looks like the lawsuit has been solved. Bethesda claimed the resolution was”amicable” though details were revealed. According to a note filed in US federal court, the two sides had resolved the dispute and needed to pay their own costs and attorney fees. Furthermore, the same claims can not be produced again as Bethesda Softworks disregarded them with bias.
The notice, found by Polygon, was registered on December 12. Lately, Bethesda claimed a Fallout Shelter bug, present in an early build of this game was in Westworld. Meanwhile, the Westworld rights owner Warner Bros. said that no code from Fallout Shelter was utilized in its game. Westworld is still available on the App Store and Google Play as a free download. Fallout Shelter published in 2015 to get iOS and Android prior to making it into PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch.
In E3 2018, Bethesda demonstrated that Fallout Shelter has reached over 120 million players. Concerning audience size, it is the most popular game from the provider ever, more than most of the players for all of Bethesda Game Studios’ titles combined.
On launch on iOS, the Fallout Shelter became the top downloaded sport in 48 countries and the very best downloaded program of any kind in 25 nations. Fallout Shelter additionally became the third-highest grossing apps during its first week on the App Store, overtaking King’s Candy Crush. Additionally, it was one of the top five top-grossing games around the App Store at 37 distinct countries.