Here's your weekly round-up of the biggest video game news stories from the past seven days, including former Rockstar North president Leslie Benzies' $150m (£105.2m) lawsuit against Take Two Interactive, Codemasters saving Evolution Studios from closure and Titanfall 2's announcement.
Former president of Rockstar North and Grand Theft Auto producer Leslie Benzies has filed a lawsuit against GTA publisher Take-Two Interactive, for $150m. Take-Two had filed a suit against its former employee for "breach of contract" on 11 April, but Benzies responded with his own on 12 April.
Codemasters rescues Evolution Studios and aims to become 'world's largest racing-focused games company'
Nineteen days after Sony announced the closure of Evolution Studios, Codemasters has announced that they are to rescue the famed developers behind MotorStorm and Driveclub and turn them into a multi-platform studio. They will now report to Codemasters as the publisher aims to become "the world's largest racing-focused games company".
EA has officially announced Respawn Entertainment's Titanfall 2, the multi-platform follow-up to 2014's Xbox One exclusive. While the release has been no secret, this is the first time we've seen anything from the game, but for more details we'll have to wait until a "worldwide reveal" on 12 June.