Ghost Recon Wildlands is a fictional game that takes place in the very real country of Bolivia. The fictionalized Bolivia is overrun and controlled by Mexican drug cartels. The real Bolivia doesn't really appreciate being depicted as such. Cue the lawsuit!

Reuters says that Bolivia's interior minister, Carlos Romero, told the French government (Ubisoft is in France) that Bolivia has "reserved the right to take legal action" if the French government doesn't intervene. This complaint was filed with the French embassy.

Ubisoft issued their own response.

Works of fiction, how do they work?