Bethesda Softworks, Behavior Interactive and Warner Bros. Entertainment have settled a litigation over the creation of Westworld a mobile game to build a base, which Bethesada claimed was its reef Shelter for decline game.
Bethesda called the resolution "friendly" in a very brief statement, but none of the terms was disclosed. On December 12, an announcement was made in the federal court that the two sides had resolved the dispute and were supposed to bear their own costs and attorneys fees. Bethesda Softworks has rejected its claims with prejudice, which means that the same claims can not be returned again.
In June 2018, Bethesda filed the lawsuit and claimed that the conduct of Interactive used a copyrighted code of Consequences Shelter, which it developed in partnership with Bethesda and began in 2015.
Bethesda claimed that the bug is present in an early version of Shelter for decline was also in Westworld, turning hand on behavior. Warner Bros., on Westworld the rights holder and the publisher of the mobile game, said Behavior did not reassure the code from Shelter for decline was used in the game and challenged all the requirements against the game.
Westworld, which is free to play, remains available for download in the iOS App Store and the Google Play store for Android devices.