Zenimax’s Oculus lawsuit will proceed to trial

More like real reality.

Fans of the Oculus Rift might be disappointed to learn that judge Jorge Solis has rejected the motion to dismiss a lawsuit leveled against Oculus by Zenimax. The suit was filed last year on the basis that Oculus stole trade secrets when John Carmack moved to Oculus from the Zenimax-owned id software.

The core of Zenimax’s argument is that any hand Carmack may have had in the Oculus Rift’s development made use of trade secrets and is ultimately the property of Zenimax, not Oculus. A jury trial is set to begin a year from now in August of 2016.

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