The creators of PUBG Battlegrounds have filed a lawsuit against Free Fire for copying, as well as Google and Apple for selling the game on their platforms

Because of the similarities between PUBG Battlegrounds and Garena Free Fire, the former's developer has filed a lawsuit against Google, Apple, and the game's designers.

The creators of PUBG Battlegrounds have filed a lawsuit against Free Fire for copying, as well as Google and Apple for selling the game on their platforms

It's Free Fir Night today... on demand! The mobile games industry operates as it does, and it is not rare to find games with "similarities" that are hugely successful, as we recently saw with Wordle.


PUBG appears to have decided to sue Garena Free Fire, one of the most popular and profitable mobile games. Krafton has launched a lawsuit against the designers of this free-to-play game, alleging that they plagiarized PUBG.


And beware: the item hasn't just stayed there; it's also filed charges against Google and Apple for allowing Free Fire to be downloaded from their respective app stores.


You can read on the demand that provides comparisons like this that Free Fire and Free Fire Max extensively copy numerous aspects of Battlegrounds, both individually and in combination, including the unique'mid-air drop' feature when launching game with rights, locations, and the general choice of color combinations, materials, and textures.

The creators of PUBG Battlegrounds have filed a lawsuit against Free Fire for copying, as well as Google and Apple for selling the game on their platforms

The founders claim that Free Fire, Apple, and Google have benefitted at their expense in their case. The game has produced "hundreds of millions of dollars" via app purchases, while Apple and Google "also made a significant amount of money" from their Free Fire distribution.


Free Fire made $ 1.1 billion in microtransactions from gamers in 2021, according to the facts. PUBG Mobile, on the other hand, has surpassed 2.9 billion users despite the competition.


It's not the first time plagiarism and mobile gaming have been mentioned in the same breath. The extremely old copies of the covers of God of War, Horizon Zero Dawn, or Far Cry, as well as their advertising photos, have recently made a title famous.

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