400 million not 200, headline in that link is odd. Shows 400 in the body and other article headlines are 400. What is going to matter are 3 things.
First who owns the rights to Call of Duty. It is possible that Infinity Ward owns the rights and never signed them over, unlikely but possible. Publisher developer contracts can be pretty convoluted
Second if Activision was acting in good faith. If the judge does indeed think that Activision fired them to avoid paying royalties, and if they have neglected royalties altogether Activision will likely lose their IP because of breach of contract.
Third whether Infinity Ward acted in good faith. It'll be expensive if they were not acting in good faith.
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