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  1. Epic vs. Apple trial starts today—here’s what to expect Arguments will center on how to define a monopoly in the mobile app marketplace. Enlarge / Whoever wins this case will get a llama full of prizes. It has been nine months since Epic set off its legal battle with Apple over the right to include alternative payment options in the iOS version of Fortnite. After months of pre-trial arguments and maneuvering, the case goes to trial Monday before US District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers in Oakland, California.
  2. Epic is deliberately keeping 'Fortnite' off Microsoft's Xbox Cloud Game service The topic came up at the company's trial with Apple. Savusia Konstantin via Getty Images On Microsoft's Xbox Cloud Gaming (xCloud) service, you'll find games from major publishers like EA, Take-Two and Ubisoft, but what you won't see is anything from Epic Games. And we know why: the studio sees xCloud as competition. That's the latest tidbit of information to come out of Epic's ongoing legal battle with Apple. In a deposition spotted by The Verge, Joe Krein
  3. Epic will pay off class-action loot-box settlement with in-game currency Fortnite and Rocket League players will get over $78 million in digital goods. Enlarge / What... what are you doing with that hammer? Epic Games Epic is set to settle a class-action lawsuit over its use of randomized loot boxes in Fortnite's "Save the World" mode by paying affected players with in-game currency. Rocket League players who previously purchased loot boxes in that game will also receive an in-game payment. While Epic nev
  4. Improved performance and new features Epic on Monday revealed new information about what performance benefits Fortnite players should expect day one if playing the game on the new PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X / S consoles, all of which launch next week. We already knew some of these — specifically the 4K and 60 frames per second targets — but Epic is also detailing some behind-the-scenes upgrades the new hardware should allow for. For the new Xbox, you’ll get that bump in resolution if you’re playing on the more powerful Series X, while the Series S is ca
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    Epic FIFA 14 Rage

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  6. Epic claims Apple is engaging in anti-competitive behavior. Apple and Epic Games have requested their legal battle be decided by the court and not a jury. Attorneys for Apple and Epic Games have informed the judge presiding over their antitrust fight that they would prefer their case be decided by her rather than tried before a jury. The request, filed in a joint statement Tuesday with US District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers in the Northern District of California, said the two companies had met and decided Epic's claims and Apple's counterclaim
  7. The suit was brought on behalf of those affected by a security gap in Epic’s log-in system Epic Games is being sued over security breaches that allowed hackers to access the personal information of Epic Games accounts. The class-action lawsuit, filed by Franklin D. Azar & Associates in U.S. District Court in North Carolina, alleges Epic’s “failure to maintain adequate security measures and notify users of the security breach in a timely manner.” The lawsuit states that “there are more than 100 class members.” In January, Epic acknowle
  8. Leak also suggests $10 incentive for two-factor security signup. Enlarge Epic If you thought Epic was done adding to the growing pile of PC games exclusively available on its own Games Store, well... I'd like to know where you got that impression. In any case, you should think again, because Epic has announced it will "reveal brand-new material for several games, including some exclusives, coming to the Epic Games store" at next month's Electronic Entertainment Expo. The announcement comes as part of Epic's
  9. Why one PC developer turned down the security of Epic’s exclusivity offer And what the move says about the state of the Epic Games Store. Enlarge / Artist's conception of DARQ's developers sadly walking away from Epic Games Store exclusivity. If you've been following the PC gaming space in recent months, you know Epic has been throwing a lot of money around to secure exclusives big and small for its Epic Games Store (EGS) on PC. But there has also been a small and growing trend of developers who are publicly rejecting Epic's money and exclusivit
  10. Ghost Recon, Outer Wilds are the latest games to avoid Steam. Enlarge / Breakpoint is the first Ubsioft game in recent memory to never be made available on Steam. Gamers hoping to stick with Steam and avoid Epic's major effort to compete in PC game distribution will have to ignore two more major upcoming PC titles, at least for a little while. The first newly announced exclusive, Ubisoft's Ghost Recon Breakpoint, doesn't come as much of a surprise. Following The Division 2's last-minute move to the Epic Games Store in January, E
  11. Steam sales will continue for now; Steam "support" will continue indefinitely. Enlarge / The blue car represents Psyonix leaping over Steam's... orange car? Look, it's a loose metaphor. Work with me here, people. In a surprise move today, Epic Games announced it has "signed a definitive agreement" to acquire San Diego-based Psyonix and its 132 employees, who make the hit car-based soccer game Rocket League. As part of the deal, the PC version of Rocket League will be moving to the Epic Game Store "in late 2019," Epic announ
  12. Epic seems to have paid $10.5 million for Control’s PC exclusivity Money likely came as advance against earnings ahead of Epic Games Store sales. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. At this point, we know Epic is committed to paying a lot of money for exclusive games to attract players to its Epic Games Store. Now, we seem to know how much it paid up front for at least one of those exclusives: €9.49 million (about $10.45 million at today's exchange rates). The EGS exclusive in question is Reme
  13. The Electronic Privacy Information Center (“EPIC”), a civil liberties group based in Washington D.C., filed an amicus brief in the United States vs. Wilson case concerning Google scanning billions of users’ files for unlawful content and then sending that information to law enforcement agencies. Bypassing the Fourth Amendment EPIC alleges that law enforcement is using Google, a private entity, to bypass the Fourth Amendment, which requires due process and probable cause before “searching or seizing” someone’s property. As a private entity, Google doesn’
  14. Borderlands 3 lead says Epic Games Store is a needed monopoly killer. Enlarge / "You can't get us on Steam, and that's a good thing." Earlier this month, Gearbox drew some ire from Steam-loving Borderlands fans by announcing the next game in the series, due in September, would be exclusive to the Epic Games Store on PC. In a massive tweet thread earlier this week, though (helpfully collated in this reddit post), Gearbox founder and CEO Randy Pitchford defends that decision and highlights what he sees as the long-term positives that Epic's competition w
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