These include Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Crashlands. Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Crashlands will replace For The King
Epic still trying to buy their way onto people's computers. I just find it funny that there's people out there who literally only grab the free games, and have no intention of purchasing off their lackluster store.
Yeah this is their marketing tactic to get more people
And the funny thing is, if this tactic works, and they get a major foothold in the market, all this "we're pro developer/consumer" bs is going to end. I'm 100% convinced that gracious dev split will start to lower, and the free games will largely go away. They have F.U (fortnite) money right now, and they're happy to dump it into this store, in the hopes they can strong arm the PC storefront market; making that much more in the future.
Giving free game? What a terrible company. Man, even stores have fanboys now.
I also explained why they do it, and why it would likely go if they become popular. You just addressed one singular thing I made a point of though.
I've gotten some excellent games from epic I'm happy to get humble bundles etc to redeem on steam but won't make any steam purchases unless there's no choice like mcc halo. I've transferred my dcs stuff over to standalone won't be giving them 30% rather it goes to devs.
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