Last October 13, a Black Hole literally swallowed up the Fortnite game map, preventing users from playing for almost two full days. What came out of it was a profoundly renewed game that earned the title Chapter 2 in the title.
In the weeks leading up to the event, renamed “La Fine” , however, several advances had already been made on the web about what would happen. Apparently, Epic Games has not been particularly happy about the incident, and has decided to drag the tester Ronald Sykes , who had the opportunity to play the new content last September, to court , accusing him of breaking the agreement of no disclosure and dissemination of confidential information on Chapter 2, including the new swimming mechanics and the new map that no one had believed in .
It will be up to the court to decide whether Sykes is guilty or not, the fact is that it is not the first time that Epic Games decides to report someone for similar reasons. The American company is taking the issue to heart and seems to want to do all it can to prevent further leaks of information about its flagship game.