On Dec 6th after the judge granted an MtD in favor of CIG, they gave Crytek 21 days to file a third amendment if they wanted to.
Some were speculating that the case was "over" (lol), that Crytek won't file another amendment etc.
Which is why the logo appears in the Star Citizen opening screen.
"combine CRYENGINE with code from other game engine providers"
And section 4 requires all their marks & info to be prominently displayed.
The judge threw out 2.12 back in Aug.
However, Crytek also had 21 days from any CIG filing, to amend their filing & convince the judge otherwise.
Since they were sued in Dec 2017, I had repeatedly said that 1) this lawsuit wasn't primarily about money for Crytek; it's personal because of what CIG did to them 2) CIG didn't even have the money to settle a lawsuit of this scope and magnitude.
The remaining major allegation (which survived MtD) relates to copyright infringement in them using CryEngine for SQ42.
Now we wait to see if they settle or foolishly drag it out to a 2020 trial.