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EA Won't Pay To Use Real Guns In Their Games Anymore

EA Won't Pay To Use Real Guns In Their Games Anymore

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Published on Wednesday, 08 May 2013 11:40


Battlefield and Medal of Honor publisher Electronic Arts does not want to pay to use real world weapons in their games anymore. But they will still continue to use them according to Reuters. EA believes they have a constitutional right to use trademarks without permission in their games. EA’s President of Labels, Frank Gibeau, described their games as "telling a story" and that books don’t "pay for saying the word ’Colt’." Gun manufacturers have yet to respond to EA’s actions.

 

 

 

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