Epic Games and their brand new store promises to give developers 88% of the revenue split. This is great news when you just read the headlines- But dig a little deeper and it seems that not only are Epic intending to take creators’ hard work and resell it, but are also allegedly going to spy on it’s consumers and give that info to the Chinese Government
(I’ve yet to find much in the ToS regarding that).
EDIT: I forgot to mention that the majority of Epic Games’ stock is owned by Tencent- a Chinese conglomerate investment company.
This is big news for Steams new alleged competitor. And what does it mean for Unturned II?
Unturned II runs on Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 4, so it would make sense for the game to be on the new Epic Store and Steam too. You could be spied on if you played Unturned II on Epic’s Launcher.
Unturned II, like it’s predecessor, will probably also thrive on community modifications. Imagine being a modder and having your work taken away and resold by Epic.
This entire situation is probably going to be discussed a lot in the coming weeks. Did I dig too far into it? Did I get some stuff wrong? (If so please correct me).