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  1. Epic Games teases Fortnite appearance by Brazilian soccer star Neymar Details are scarce but looks like it’s happening March 16th. Photo by CHRIS DELMAS/AFP via Getty Images Epic Games and Brazilian soccer player Neymar are teasing a likely appearance by the star athlete in Fortnite on March 16th, with clues coming via a couple of tweets. Eurogamer first reported the news, including a video tweeted from the Epic Games account showing Neymar’s No. 10 jersey. Neymar retweeted the video with the “eyes” emoji— not exactly confirmation, but another clue that
  2. Epic Games buys photogrammetry software maker Capturing Reality Image Credits: Epic Games Epic Games is quickly becoming a more dominant force in gaming infrastructure M&A after a string of recent purchases made to bulk up their Unreal Engine developer suite. Today, the company announced that they’ve brought on the team from photogrammetry studio Capturing Reality to help the company improve how it handles 3D scans of environments and objects. Terms of the deal weren’t disclosed. Photogrammetry involves stitching together
  3. Epic Games is buying Fall Guys creator Mediatonic Epic is acquiring Mediatonic parent company Tonic Games Group Image: Devolver Digital Fortnite creator Epic Games is acquiring video game studio Mediatonic, the maker of smash hit Fall Guys, for an undisclosed sum, the companies announced on Tuesday. The deal marks one of Epic’s higher-profile acquisitions of late, following its 2019 purchases of social video app Houseparty and Rocket League developer Psyonix. According to the blog posts and FAQs detailing the announcement, Fall Guys wi
  4. Judge dismisses Apple’s “theft” claims in Epic Games lawsuit “You actually have to have facts,” Judge tells lawyers arguing for punitive damages. Enlarge / A Fortnite loading screen displayed on an iPhone in 2018, when Apple and Epic weren't at each other's legal throats. Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images 142 with 81 posters participating US District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers this week threw out two Apple counterclaims stemming from the company's antitrust/breach-of-contract court battle with Epic Games
  5. How to block game news and offer notifications in the Epic Games and Steam clients Most gaming clients that you install on your desktop machines or laptops set themselves up to be loaded during start of the operating system. While that is appreciated by computer users who use the machine to play games most of the time, it has some unforeseen issues for users who play games occasionally only. Apart from extending the loading time of the system and using up some resources while running in the background, it may also lead to game news, offers, or advertisement b
  6. The future of the iPhone is once again at stake as Apple defends its App Store policies. Apple's smackdown with Epic is just getting started. Apple's iPhone is already one of the world's most litigated devices. Apple fought its No. 1 rival, Samsung, and others over the iPhone's design. It's fought phone giant Nokia and chipmaker Qualcomm over patent royalties. Before the smartphone first went on sale in 2007, Apple even fought networking giant Cisco over the iPhone name. On Monday, Apple meets a new combatant in court. This time, it's fighting Epic Ga
  7. Apple asks to block iOS Unreal Engine development in new court filing iOS maker says it's worried Epic could insert another "trojan horse" if allowed. Enlarge / Artist's conception of Apple's conception of Epic trying to evade punishment for its breach of Apple's developer agreement with regards to Fortnite. Epic Games 184 with 91 posters participating As the legal battle between Epic Games and Apple moves toward a September 28 hearing, the iPhone maker is mincing no words in arguing against Epic's request for a
  8. Fortnite continues to dominate gaming across the globe with its hit battle royale gameplay. Now touting over 200 million players, it's received widespread acclaim, and now the target of several controversies. The official Fortnite Xbox One S bundle is among the latest, accused of misleading marketing for its digital contents. All-inclusive themed Xbox bundles are standard practice for Microsoft, distributing its console family alongside leading titles. The $299 Fortnite Xbox One S bundle was poised to be among this holiday's best-sellers, featuring the entry-level console and last-man-
  9. YouTuber “Golden Modz” Settles Lawsuit Over Fortnite Cheats The popular game YouTuber “Golden Modz” has admitted to posting copyright-infringing videos that displayed Fortnite cheats and hacks. Brandon Lucas, owner of the channel, agreed to an undisclosed settlement and a permanent injunction that prevents him from promoting Fortnite cheats going forward. The “Golden Modz” channel remains online and appears to have switched focus to GTA V. With more than 1.8 million subscribers, ‘Golden Modz‘ ranks among the more popular game YouTubers
  10. Epic Games announces Unreal Engine 5 with stunning PlayStation 5 demo Epic says its new engine is a ‘quantum leap,’ and it’ll arrive in 2021 Epic Games today announced the next iteration of its game engine, the Unreal Engine 5 (UE5), with a stunning demo running on the PlayStation 5. Epic says the demo shows off what next-generation game consoles will truly be capable of once developers have full access to creative tools like UE5 and the capability to squeeze the maximum out of new hardware and software baked into Sony’s PS
  11. EPIC Epic and Apple are fighting over money, and the real losers are the gamers caught in the middle. That’s all the more evident in Apple’s latest move, as Epic admits starting September 11, it can no longer offer “Sign in with Apple” as a secure way to access Epic Accounts. The gaming company announced the change today via Twitter, and placed the blame solely on Apple. If you previously used “Sign in with Apple” for your Epic account, you’ll need to make sure your email address and password are up to date. Because after September 11, “Sign in with Apple” won’t wor
  12. Apple says Epic’s Fortnite payment scheme “is theft, period.” iOS' App Store requirement is needed for "security and privacy," Apple adds. Enlarge / Apple says the example here, showing Fortnite's alternative payment scheme on iOS, amounts to "theft" by Epic Games. Kate Cox / Ars Technica 311 with 102 posters participating Apple is going on the offensive in its continuing legal battles with Epic Games over the iOS version of Fortnite. In a wide-ranging motion filed Tuesday afternoon, Apple defended itself against
  13. Apple terminates Epic's developer account, removes its games from the App Store Early this month, Apple removed Fortnite from the App Store due to non-compliance of its policies with regards to payments. Google too followed the Cupertino giant and removed the app from the Play Store. Epic then sued Apple and Google for the move, calling out their policies. A few days after removing the game from its store, Apple also reportedly threatened to terminate all of Epic’s iOS and macOS developer accounts, including cutting access to the Unreal Engine for other developers.
  14. Microsoft backs Epic against Apple in legal fight over Unreal Engine on iOS MS says maintaining Epic’s access “is the right thing for... developers & gamers.” Enlarge / Fortnite seen in the App Store on an iPhone on May 10, 2018. Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images 231 with 105 posters participating In court documents that surfaced this weekend, Microsoft offered its support for Epic Games in the Unreal Engine-maker's quickly unfolding legal battle with Apple over access to the iOS app marketplac
  15. Apple is holding the Unreal Engine hostage, Epic says in new motion ‘An unlawful effort to... chill any action by others who might dare oppose Apple,’ new motion reads Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Apple is threatening an entire ecosystem of game developers in response to the Fortnite lawsuit, Epic alleged in a new filing on Sunday. The motion centers on iOS support for the Unreal Engine, which Apple has threatened to revoke as part of Epic’s broader loss of
  16. Epic says Apple threatens ‘catastrophic’ response in two weeks if Fortnite doesn’t comply with rules Apple now threatens to cut off developer agreement, Epic says Image by Epic Games Epic says that Apple has threatened to cut off its access to all iOS and Mac developer tools as retaliation for sneaking a new payment option into Fortnite last week — a stunt that ended in the app being banned from the App Store and Epic filing a blockbuster antitrust lawsuit against Apple, claiming it places illegal restrictions on
  17. Epic’s battle for “open platforms” ignores consoles’ massive closed market Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo demand the same platform control—and the same 30% fee. Enlarge Aurich Lawson / Getty Images 126 with 83 posters participating Yesterday, Epic used Fortnite to essentially wage open war against Apple's and Google's mobile app marketplaces. First it added a discounted "Epic Direct Payment" option alongside the standard iOS App Store and Google Play payment options in Fortnite, in direct violation of thos
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