Apple Moves To Block Fortnite's Temporary Return Over Epic's "Self-Inflicted Wounds"

Epic is attempting to bring Fortnite back to the App Store using a temporary restraining order after Apple banned the game earlier in the month. Apple promptly responded to Epic's move, asking the judge presiding over the case to block the request, NBC News reports. The temporary restraining order, if granted, would allow Fortnite to return to the App Store against Apple's wishes, along with its controversial direct payment system, before the lawsuit has even resolved. In a new legal filing, Apple claims that Epic has no basis for a temporary restraining order, accusing Epic of bringing all "alleged injury" upon itself--citing in particular Epic's "belligerent" behavior with moves like its #FreeFortnite campaign and 1984 parody video riffing on an old Macintosh commercial. Basically, Apple is telling Epic you started it. Continue Reading at GameSpot

Apple Moves To Block Fortnite's Temporary Return Over Epic's "Self-Inflicted Wounds"

Epic is attempting to bring Fortnite back to the App Store using a temporary restraining order after Apple banned the game earlier in the month. Apple promptly responded to Epic's move, asking the judge presiding over the case to block the request, NBC News reports.

The temporary restraining order, if granted, would allow Fortnite to return to the App Store against Apple's wishes, along with its controversial direct payment system, before the lawsuit has even resolved. In a new legal filing, Apple claims that Epic has no basis for a temporary restraining order, accusing Epic of bringing all "alleged injury" upon itself--citing in particular Epic's "belligerent" behavior with moves like its #FreeFortnite campaign and 1984 parody video riffing on an old Macintosh commercial.

Basically, Apple is telling Epic you started it.

Continue Reading at GameSpot