Nintendo Switch emulator Yuzu will collapse and pay $2.4M to resolve its case. 

 Just over a week ago, Nintendo sued Yuzu's developers for “facilitating piracy at a colossal scale.  

Yuzu appears ready to surrender and give Nintendo all it wants. Also affected is Citra, a Nintendo 3DS emulator.  

 In a joint filing, Tropic Haze agreed to pay Nintendo $2,400,000 and said Yuzu is “primarily designed to circumvent and play Nintendo Switch games  

The corporation agrees to forever be barred from working on Yuzu, hosting Yuzu,   

 distributing Yuzu's code or features, hosting Yuzu-promoting websites and social media, or circumventing Nintendo's copyright protection.  

 In addition, it will give Nintendo the yuzu-emu.org domain name, delete its copies of Yuzu and   

all circumvention tools used for developing or using Yuzu—such as TegraRcmGUI, Hekate  

Atmosphère, Lockpick_RCM, NDDumpTool, nxDumpFuse, and TegraExplorer  

 

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