Posts Tagged ‘Epic Games’

Epic has now filed an appeal against the outcome of its legal battle with Apple. Here’s everything you need to know about this.

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The ongoing and high profile Epic Games v. Apple trial has now come to a close, with Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers (YGR) ruling that Apple’s anti-steering approach to the App Store is anti-competitive.

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The App Store would be a ‘flea market’ if it started supporting third-party payment systems, says Tim Cook. Here are all the details on this.

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Fortnite ban on the iOS App Store continues as court declines Epic’s preliminary injunction asking Apple to unban the game. Here are the details.

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Epic has asked the court to force Apple to put Fortnite back into the iOS App Store. Here is everything you need to know about this.

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Apple’s legal team could floor Epic Games with two hard hitting questions in the courtroom. Here are the details on this.

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Epic Games is looking to form a coalition with companies that are also unhappy with Apple’s App Store policies. Here are the details.

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This week, the Epic Games Store is offering the excellent Assassin’s Creed Syndicate and the indie turn-based strategy title Faeria for free.

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If you’re in the market for an adventure through a virtual rendition of medieval Bohemia, look no further – if you head on over to the Epic Games Store today, you can download Kingdom Come: Deliverance for free.

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Epic Games today released its first new game since Fortnite. The game, called Battle Breakers, is a “90s cartoon-inspired, Hero Collector RPG,” available to download for free on PC, iOS, and Android.

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At its Unreal Academy event in London today, Epic Games announced the acquisition of photogrammetry startup Quixel. Here are the details.

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Fortnite developer Epic Games is suing one of its testers for leaking information about Chapter 2. In its lawsuit, the studio accuses tester Ronald Sykes of violating a non-disclosure agreement, adding that this “spoiled” the eventual unveiling of Chapter 2 for its player-base.

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