Epic Games is in the process of suing a former tester for demolishing some of Fortnite & # 39; s big Second chapter reveals secrets
As Polygon reported Epic brought the case last week in North Carolina, claiming former tester Ronald Sykes, who played the content on the content second back in September, began tweeting to other players Fortnite before the Epic Black Hole event [1 9459008] leakage information such as the ability to swim, along with showing an image of the game a new map.
The basis of Epic's claim is that Sykes signed a non-disclosure agreement when he took over the job, and that disclosing all this information violated that agreement ahead of time.
"He did it at the expense of Epic and those of the Fortnite community who are eagerly awaiting the new season of Fortnite, only to receive some of the planned surprises of Epic, ruined by Sykes leaks," the case says.
You can read the full suit here .