PUBG Corp Drops the Copyright Lawsuit against Epic Games

Fortnite Tilted Towers

PUBG Corp Drops the Copyright Lawsuit against Epic Games

After filing against Epic Games last month, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds developer PUBG Corp has now dropped its lawsuit against the creators of Fortnite. "We want to give you a heads up on the exact ending time", wrote Epic Games. The game itself is still working smoothly while the errors are being fixed, but you'll have to wait for these new features.

"We want to inform you that the Playground LTM will remain closed for repairs for the night".

You can read the full patch notes for Fortnite v4.5 over at Epic Games' website.

This one appears to be only for PC players and is focused on fixing some game-spoiling issues. Epic said that it will continue to work on re-enabling Playground mode after matchmaking was supposedly fixed, but also wrote hours later that the studio would be producing an emergency patch for stability and performance issues to release at an unannounced time.

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Original story: Fortnite's woes continue as the new Playground LTM remains offline and matchmaking across the game stumbles.

Week 9 challenges are expected to go live at around 9am, BST, with plenty of new activities included for Battle Pass owners to complete. Epic's free-to-play battle royale title is available on almost every console including the Nintendo Switch, making it more accessible to the public.

However, it now looks like fans will not need to Visit different Taco Shops in a single match OR Search between movie titles in Week 9. That $60 release-which was focused on the player-vs-environment "Save the World" mode-came well before the game started getting outsized attention for the launch of its free-to-play battle royale mode in late September.

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