COLOPL, the builders of White Cat Project, have introduced that proceedings for the continued lawsuit with Nintendo have risen to 9.6 billion yen. In February 2021, Nintendo claimed 4.95 billion yen in damages. However due to how lengthy the lawsuit has continued the quantity continues to rise. On April 13, 2021 COLOPOL launched a statement concerning the proceedings of the nonetheless on-going case. [Thanks, Famitsu!]
Due to the standing of the case, the declare has now successfully doubled from its quantity in February 2021. This is basically due to the on-going nature of the lawsuit and the time that has handed because the case initially opened. Nintendo initially filed a criticism in opposition to COLOPOL concerning copyright infringement due to sure management schemes in White Cat Project, which then escalated right into a lawsuit. The lawsuit initially opened in 2018, and has been on-going ever since.
Similar to COLOPL’s earlier statements, the developer insists that they haven’t infringed on any copyrighted management schemes. However, in February 2020, COLOPL made some modifications to White Cat Project‘s controls. That being stated, the developer didn’t point out if this was due to the potential infringement. A video was launched alongside this modification, to additional show the modifications.
White Cat Project is straight away accessible to Japanese customers for Android and iOS units.