The lights are on
Activision and Electronic Arts have reached a settlement in the on-going Call of Duty lawsuit that began two years ago.
Details about the settlement today were not disclosed at this time. Activision's request to delay the trial date after hiring a new lawyer, Beth Wilkinson, was also denied. The original court date of May 29 will continue. The case now includes former Infinity Ward heads Jason West and Vince Zampella and the Infinity Ward Employee Group.
EA was accused of aiding West and Zampella's departure from Activision. EA will now be removed from the lawsuit.
Activision recently paid out $42 million to the Infinity Ward Employee Group earlier this week.
Glad to see this fiasco is about to reach its end.
It feels like every news bulletin GI has about Activision these days is either about a licensed game in development or about the ongoing litigation that never seems to end...
wow 2 years.
see war call of duty black ops 2 online war.
bout time they settled this thing
So im just gona be that angry guy in the backround,so, CALL OF DUTY!!!!...is bad.
Ooooo, this is heating up.
zampela and west wont get a thing, they breached their contract and are dishonest people.