Quantic Dream Lawsuit Dismissed as Courtroom Sides With Studio


On Wednesday, April seventh, the Paris Courtroom of Appeals dismissed claims made towards Quantic Dream by a former worker, who alleged that the studio fostered a “poisonous, racist, misogynistic, sexist” and “homophobic” work setting. The plaintiff has been requested to pay Quantic Dream prices and damages related to the case.

In a press launch, Quantic Dream stated that the ruling vindicates the corporate, and chastised those that engaged in making accusations that “significantly broken the consideration and repute of the studio.” Quantic Dream additional claims that there was a deliberate and coordinated effort to assault the studio, and anybody who spoke out within the studio’s protection was viciously attacked as properly.

The press launch additional reads:

These goal, factual and verifiable components, confirmed by the competent judicial or administrative establishments, present indisputably that the allegations contained in these articles have been unfaithful and more likely to harm the studio’s honor and repute. Quantic Dream has chosen to make these components public at this time in an effort to set the document straight.

Quantic Dream reaffirms as soon as once more the values that the studio has all the time defended in its video games and inside the firm, that are values of humanism, inclusiveness, and the correct for people to specific themselves uniquely. We’ll proceed to defend them with the identical ardour and willpower as all the time. Quantic Dream stays firmly dedicated to persevering with to work with its staff to create a serene work setting conducive to the skilled and private improvement and success of everybody.

Paris Courtroom of Appeals’ ruling concludes the case towards Quantic Dream.

[Supply: Quantic Dream through Eurogamer]

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