PUBG programmer Krafton is suing Garena, the company behind 2 hit mobile games– Free Fire and Free Fire Max. The business has actually charged Garena of duplicating the original PUBG ready Computers as well as gaming consoles (currently called PUBG: Battlefields) in the Free Fire games.
“Free Fire and also Free Fire Max extensively copy numerous aspects of Battlegrounds, both separately and in combination, including Battlefields’ copyrighted unique game opening up “air decrease” function, the game framework and also play, the mix as well as selection of tools, shield, as well as unique objects, places, as well as the overall choice of color schemes, products, and structures,” Krafton claimed, according to a report by The Verge.Krafton is also taking Google and also Apple to court for hosting the video games on the Play Store and Application Store specifically. The business additionally supposedly asked Garena to “instantly quit its exploitation of Free Fire and also Free Fire Max,” along with asked Google to get rid of YouTube video clips featuring Free Fire gameplay.
This additionally includes a feature-length film that depicts similar visuals to PUBG: Battlegrounds. This film reportedly has nothing to do with the game however remains to be discovered on YouTube. Check it out below.Garena Free Fire as well as Garena Free Fire max are both available on the Play Store and the Apple Application Shop. The games comply with a similar freemium design like PUBG Mobile, supplying a complimentary gameplay experience with paid in-app acquisitions for skins, emotes, and also other benefits.