PUBG, an associate of South Korean studio Bluehole, is suing the Korean unit of North Carolina-based Epic Games, arguing that its smash hit Fortnite copies many of the characteristics of its own PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. The swimsuit, alleging copyright infringement, used to be filed in South Korea. From a document: PUBG offered its recreation ultimate yr and it was an enormous hit as gamers embraced the Hunger Games-style thought in which 100 gamers race to kill each and every different till there is a sole survivor. But the recreation’s options were embraced via competitors, prompting previous felony motion. Fortnite has a identical thought of 100 other folks competing with each and every different, however differs via letting gamers construct fortifications very similar to Minecraft and the use of extra cartoon-like graphics aimed toward more youthful gamers “This is a measure to protect our copyrights,” PUBG stated, declining to supply additional main points. Epic Games did not straight away reply to requests for remark. The two corporations have a sophisticated dating. Epic Games supplies PUBG with its Unreal Engine era, which used to be used to create PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. The tool is instrumental in construction video games and is the industry-standard for pro video games builders. Both corporations also are in part owned via Tencent Holdings, China’s web large.