3D Realms on Duke Nukem seems right to recover




The Danish Interceptor Entertainment, which took over in 2014 developer 3D Realms, a settlement seems to have struck with Gearbox Software, according to court documents. As a result of the settlement 3D Realms would the rights to Duke Nukem back in charge.

On the forum of website NeoGaf his legal documents published in which the settlement between Interceptor Entertainment and Gearbox Software is put apart. The settlement puts an end to the battle for Duke Nukem: Mass Destruction, a game that 3D Realms has been a long time in development. According to Gearbox has 3D Realms, which since 2014 owned by the Danish Interceptor Games, not the right to bring new Duke Nukem games on the market. The studio has only the rights to the old games in the series. The right to bring new games to market sold it in 2010 to Gearbox, so that they could complete the development of Duke Nukem Forever make .

In February 2014 Gearbox filed a lawsuit against Interceptor, to prevent the game as Duke Nukem: Mass Destruction would come on the market. Under threat of the case, the Danish studio changed the name of the game in Bombshell . Both parties seem to have reached a settlement, but the game would again like Duke Nukem: Mass Destruction can be marketed. However, the settlement is still not around. According to the documents, the two companies 30 days to work out the details of the settlement.


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