Following two days offline, Fortnite has returned with a brand new map and a host of other changes.
Fortnite's been replaced by a giant hole? Insert your own jokes. Into the hole, presumably.
55% of that windfall payment goes to 505 Games, Control's publisher.
A new Pokémon game and development problems for Call of Duty are this week's gaming news headlines.
Epic continues to test tribal Steam loyalty with some enormous discounts in the first Epic Store sale.
A select few Epic Store Games are now available to purchase from the Humble Store, including Metro Exodus and Borderlands 3.
Epic Games has announced the acquisition of Rocket League developer, Pysonix.
The Witness is free on PC right now. You should probably get on that.
The Epic MegaGrants initiative replaces 2015's Unreal Dev Grants programme and offers a big pot of money to developers and associated projects.
Remember when PS4's walled garden approach to cross-play effectively ruined Fortnite Battle Royale for anyone who also wanted to play on Nintendo Switch?
Here's an interesting one: Metro Exodus is going to launch exclusively (for PC digital download, at least) on the Epic Store.
In its quest to make you buy games from them, the Epic Store is going to keep giving them away for free.
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