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 Written by John Scalzo  on August 29, 2005

News: The CoD: Finest Hour developers are taking Activision to court.



Reuters is reporting that Spark Unlimited, the developers of Call of Duty: Finest Hour, is suing Activision for $10 million over what they believe was a breach of contract.

In it's complaint, Spark states that Activision originally contracted them to create a trilogy of Call of Duty console games and that the idea for Call of Duty: Big Red One (which is being developed by Treyarch) was pitched by the Spark team.

Spark also said that Activision has not made royalty payments and other in-between-game (or "bridge") payments that they are entitled to.

Earlier this year, Spark signed an exclusive deal with Atari to publish and distribute all future projects.

We'll have more on whether or not this will affect the future of the CoD franchise on consoles soon.



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