According to The Korea Times, PUBG Corp.is looking to determine whether Fortnite's Battle Royale mode has infringed upon Battlegrounds', especially when it comes to things like items and user interface.
The said controversy started when Epic Games released free to play Battle Royale game mode back in September 2017 as their initial PvE "Free the World" was struggling to get a limelight.
This means you should be able to find mushrooms pretty easy on the east side of the map near Moisty Mire, Wailing Woods and the Lonely Lodge. "We have also noticed that Epic Games references PUBG in the promotion of Fortnite to their community and in communications with the press". It's a shopping cart, and it's live in version 4.3 of the game. This would be unremarkable, except that when this occurs, every single other player on the map drops dead.More news: E3 2018: Halo Infinite revealed, but what is it?
While some players have reported no issues with finding the mushrooms, we also have a good number of players saying they can't find them.
What we do know is how the carts operate, and it's pretty wild. Fortnite will go in the completely opposite direction with shopping carts being the first of many vehicles that will be introduced to the game.
If you have too players one can sit inside the cart whilst the other pushes, alternatively a player can push the cart on their own and then hop inside once they have some speed. While some felt that it was odd the PUBG team would levy such an accusation given that PUBG isn't the first battle royale title, it turns out that the PUBG team's claims go deeper than that.
The game also sees up to 100 players land on an island, search for weapons and kill one another until one player is left standing.