A settlement has apparently been reached between Grand Theft Auto IV publisher Take-Two Interactive and the Chicago Transit Authority over the agency’s removal of ads for the controversial game from its vehicles and facilities.
GamePolitics readers may recall that during GTA IV’s launch week, the CTA yanked the ads following a Fox News report which sought to relate the popular crime game to a rash of local shootings.
Take-Two filed suit shortly thereafter, accusing the CTA and sales agent Titan Outdoor, LLC with breaching a $300,000 contract. A document filed by the defendants with the U.S. District Court in Manhattan last week indicates that a settlement is imminent, although no details are provided.
Take-Two declined to comment on the case.