‘Link’ author, John Beiswenger may have withdrawn his suit against Ubisoft for claims of copyright infringement, but now Ubisoft has filed a complaint against him.

Ubisoft is claiming that Beiswenger’s suit was meritless and is seeking a ruling declaring that was the case, especially after Beiswenger’s lawsuit was withdrawn “without prejudice”, leaving him an opportunity to file claims again against Ubisoft in the future.

Ubisoft stated, “The plaintiff in the case alleging copyright infringement by Ubisoft has dropped his claim, without settlement. Ubisoft believes this suit was frivolous and without merit, and is seeking a ruling to prevent future related claims. WE are proud of our creative teams and will continue to vigorously defend the intellectual property they develop.”

Meanwhile Assassin’s Creed 3 is scheduled for release on October 30th.

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i wonder what the results will be...well looking forward to more news about this!



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