Written by Gregory Allen III on March 23rd, 2019.
Over the past several weeks, Epic Games has been making big moves, not only in Fortnite but also on their new digital storefront. They have paid for many games to remain exclusive to their shop for the time being, including Metro Exodus, Satisfactory, and The Division 2, all of which have turned out to be amazing games so far. However, these titles pale in comparison to some of the modern classics from Quantic Dream.
Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, and the more recent Detroit: Become Human have all been signed to PC arrival by way of the Epic Games Store. While this is great for PC gamers in general, it has created a lot of backlash that was likely expected. Some say it ruins the console exclusivity of only being on PlayStation. Others are angry that the games are only coming to the Epic Games Store and not other more established storefronts like Steam or GOG. What are your thoughts on this? Let us know below.
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Hello! I'm Greg but online I'm often known as StarkiSama-sama. Right now I'm currently a junior in high school, and I don't have much of an idea of what I want to do with my life yet. My favorite activities would have to be playing video games, watching anime and experimenting with PC hardware. I also create videos on YouTube and live stream on Twitch.
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