^Drag0n^ wrote on Sep 23, 2011, 21:33: At this rate, we'll all be 60 when it goes on sale.
I'm not sure they actually want to make an MMO. Interplay just wants the full value of their IP. Bethesda refused to buy the MMO rights and now decided they want them. Interplay can only hold on to them if they are working on a Fallout MMO. Instead of buying the rights from Interplay they are trying to sue the rights out of them and now the whole thing is potentially backfiring. Interplay probably still wants to sell the rights to Bethesda, or if their motion to void the contract goes through someone else.