Social gaming giant Zynga is back in court again, issuing a lawsuit against Kobojo. According to GamesIndustry, the publisher alleges Kojobo’s Pyramidville infringes on Zynga’s trademarks, namely Farmville, FrontierVille, CityVille and the like. Zynga has requested injunctions against the title and demanded damages of three times the profits the rival game has brought in so far. Zynga does not own a trademark on “Ville”.
DICE has rolled out a new update for Star Wars: Battlefront 2 that brought a host of free, Last Jedi-themed content.
The Year 3 Pass for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is now available from Steam, the PSN store and Xbox Live. It gives players access to eight new operators as they’re released throughout 2018, as well as bonus Rainbow Six Credits, progression boosts and customisation items.
You can use a keyboard with PUBG on Xbox One to walk, use the map, and see an expanded settings menu
PUBG on Xbox One is more of a straight port than we thought, as evident by what you get when you plug in a keyboard.
Zynga and French social developer Koboko have settled a trademark dispute over the “Ville” suffix, which Zynga attaches to a range of games. Gamasutra reports that the terms of the agreement have been kept confidential, but Kobojo said no money changed hands. Pyramidville was recently renamed PyramidValley, though.
Capcom has secured a US trademark which might imply Monster Hunter XX is headed stateside.
It appears Blizzard has run into a bit of a snafu with its trademarks for Overwatch, its upcoming team-based multiplayer shooter.