Minecraft and Scrolls developer Mojang confirms today that Bethesda's trademark infringement case against the studio will be going to Swedish court as originally planned. Mojang founder Markus "Notch" Persson had previously hoped to settle any differences his studio had with Bethesda over the decision to trademark "Scrolls" as a game title wih some good ol' fashioned Quake deathmatches, but it looks like that wasn't taken very seriously.
Thus Mojang will be preparing legal defenses for use when the time comes to make its case for the Scrolls trademark. Bethesda claims Mojang is infringing on its own "The Elder Scrolls" trademark with, well, "Scrolls". What Bethesda fears is that Scrolls' fantasy RPG setting will mislead consumers into believing Mojang's upcoming title is in fact part of its own The Elder Scrolls franchise, something the publisher is bound to get a little sensitive over especially given how close The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim's release is getting now.