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Speaking with Kotaku, Bethesda's Pete Hines clarifies that yesterday's news about the Fallout lawsuit does not mean that this legal action is concluded, saying: "That is still ongoing and has not been resolved. It is a minor procedural thing that took place, not a dropping of the lawsuit." It's not clear what yesterday's decision really means, but it does not mean that Interplay is cleared to develop their Fallout MMOG. "The bottom line is it's an ongoing legal matter, it's in no way, shape or form done," Hines told them. "We're going to let the process play out in the courts, which is what we've said all along, but beyond that I can't give specifics as to procedures. That's not my domain."
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