Bethesda Softworks has settled its lawsuit against Warner Bros. and Behavior Interactive. The suit, originally filed in June of last year, alleged that developers at Behavior Interactive, who worked on Bethesda’s Fallout Shelter, took some of that source code and used it to make a similar mobile app based on the Westworld show. It further characterized the Westworld game as a “blatant ripoff” of Fallout Shelter, copying mechanics and art. Bethesda asked for the Westworld game to be shut down and for Warner Bros. to compensate them for the theft.
Bethesda, Behavior, and Warner Bros. have announced that they have settled the lawsuit amicably. All parties have agreed to pay their own legal fees, but no other terms were disclosed. Both games are still available for download and in-game transactions remain live.