Bethesda Softworks, Behavior Interactive and Warner Bros. Entertainment have solved the lawsuit for creating Westworld a base for building mobile games that Bethesda allegedly cited as a ripoff Refuge game.
Bethesda called the resolution "friendly" in a very short statement, but none of the conditions was published. On December 12, the Federal Court filed a notice that both parties resolved the dispute and that they would bear their own costs and attorney's fees. Bethesda Softworks rejects her claims of prejudice, which means that the same claims can not be re-issued.
In June 2018, Bethesda filed a lawsuit claiming that Behavior Interactive used a protected code Turn out Refuge, which has been developed in partnership with Bethesda and launched in 2015.
Bethesda argues that the bug is present in an early version Refuge was also in Westworld, dropping the hand of behavior. Warner Bros. Westworld the owner of rights and the mobile game publisher, said that Behavior assures no code Refuge was used in the game and challenged all claims against the game.
Westworld, which is free to play, is still available for download on iOS App Store and Google Play for Android devices.