Activision-Blizzard has agreed to redraw the box art for SCORE International Baja 1000, after THQ complained that the packaging looked too similar to Baja: Edge of Control.
THQ has taken legal action against Activision for infringing on copyrighted cover artwork for off-road racer BAJA: Edge of Control.
Only a few short months after THQ announced that it's working on an off-road racer based on the famous Baja 1000 race (and rather snappily called BAJA), Activision has revealed that it's also got a bun of that description in the oven.
SCORE International Baja 1000 is Activision's offering, and you'll be able to pick it up this autumn on PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, PS2 and PC. It's set to feature over 90 vehicles, covering all of the various classes that compete in the real Baja 1000 - ranging from trucks to motorbikes to ATVs.
Activision reckons SCORE International Baja 1000 will come replete with realistic dirt and damage modelling, which is just as well given what a huge factor those two elements play in the real Baja races. With the course running down along Mexico's Baja California peninsula, finishing the race at all is seen as an achievement, let alone placing highly.