Royale Truce: 'PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds' Parent Company Drops 'Fortnite' Copyright Lawsuit

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Matt_550

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Of course they did since they ripped of Fortnite's paid pass idea. Check PUBG's reviews on Steam. Getting pretty ugly.
 

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"Weeks after a lawsuit claimed Fortnite was too similar to PUBG, PUBG started to become more like Fortnite."
This is just not correct, Sanhok map was in development months before the lawsuit and Passes are in the other games too long before.
 

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The way I see it fornite is optimized and pubg devs lie about optimizing it and keep finding new way to suck money from its current client base they are feeling more and more like the old EA.
 




if that's true and i seen the reviews too then why still charge for the game when all they do now is let you continue to pay for stuff in the game?

 

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Because they are trying to make money and PUBG only has the Battle Royal mode. It's a one trick pony and they are just trying to bleed their users to death having them buy the game, keys to open crates, and now the Pass. Fortnite has more content you have to pay for as of right now, its suppose to be free on the 1st anniversary of the game or around that time. But the Pass will probably still be part of the game as it is the only other place they have setup to make money. So the Battle Royal mode is more of a demo for the game.
 
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