Epic Games has launched a lawsuit in opposition to a former Fortnite tester who broke a non-disclosure settlement by revealing many particulars about Fortnite Chapter 2 within the weeks resulting in its launch, together with the map itself.

Ronald Sykes, tweeting below the account @invisiblellama9, posted numerous quantities of knowledge to individuals previous to the launch of the season, claiming that Chapter 2 would enable gamers to swim in water, improve their weapons at benches, and even posted a picture of the Chapter 2 map which went viral however was handed off as an idea by gamers.

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— simply your pleasant neighborhood Fortnite participant (@invisiblellama9) October eight, 2019

To strive disguise his id, Sykes claimed that he was getting the data by a pal, he wasn’t a dependable supply or that his leaks weren’t actual in any respect – nevertheless it seems they had been all actual and Epic has filed a lawsuit in North Carolina at present in opposition to the previous person expertise tester.

In the lawsuit submitting, Epic states that “As a direct result of Sykes’ breach of his contractual obligations under his NDA, Epic has sustained and will continue to sustain damages in an amount to be determined.”

Source: Polygon