Google claims that “Fortnite” 2020 recently released a potential security vulnerability in its Play Store platform.
Because of this, the tech firm decided to file an antitrust lawsuit against Epic Games. Recently, the giant game publisher also sued Google, claiming that the company is practicing monopoly against state laws.
A woman takes a picture with two smartphones in front of the logo of the US multinational technology and Internet-related services company Google as he visits the Vivatech startups and innovation fair, in Paris on May 16, 2019. (Photo by ALAIN JOCARD / AFP)
“The Google Play ecosystem has suffered injury because the hotfix potentially exposed a security vulnerability that could be exploited for even more nefarious purposes,” said the giant search engine.
Now, it seems like the situation has now turned around since Google is countersuing the title creator. The search engine giant’s new lawsuit against the game developer states that “Fortnite” 2020’s hotfix…