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Humvee Makers Sue Activision Over Vehicles In Call Of Duty

Game Informer

10 Nov 2017

According to partner Nathan B. Sabri in the Game Informer article “Humvee Makers Sue Activision Over Vehicles In Call Of Duty,” AM General faces a difficult battle in its lawsuit against Activision over the use of Humvees in the video game Call of Duty.

“You’re usually fine to use a real toy or name if it's part of a plot of your movie,” he said. “What I think [AM General is] getting at is, if the Humvees are background use, then AM General doesn’t have a case and I think they know that. What AM General needs to prove is that Call of Duty is being misleading about the source and makes people think it’s sponsored or licensed. It’s a pretty uphill battle, if you ask me.”

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