I was really hoping for Dualsense support, so freaking odd that it supports PS5 controller button icons, but not the controller, makes no sense, must be a bug, tried both connecting the Dualsense before I started the game and during gamepaly, no luck.The usual experience outside a reliable platform.
Developers know they sell peanuts on EGS, if they take the bribe will fix the problems in the year of exclusive when the games will release on steamAnd yet there are still people claiming that Epic's money hatting leads to better and more polished games.
OK, IT WASN'T JUST ME THEN, I checked 2 I usually check for No-hits and so and saw they were playing on console while they are mostly PC players, interesting for sure.Interesting observation for me: many streamers that I have watched here and there, like Divi and Elajaz, that are both mainly playing on PC, is playing Kena on PS5, seems like the majority of Kena streamers uses the PS5 to play it, there are some PC players, but most are on PS5.
It is not an "active" promotion. It is just a passive promo code that can be used whenever. So the streamer didn't need to play the game for the code to work, they can Play Kena on PS5, say that the game is available on EGS (unless they have an active Playstation promotion) and that they can use the promo code to support the channel etc. etc.What makes it weirder is can't the streamers make little bit of cash from the referral scheme EGS has.
Or did that never get implemented?
Cheers for the explanation. I wasn't sure of the fine details.It is not an "active" promotion. It is just a passive promo code that can be used whenever. So the streamer didn't need to play the game for the code to work, they can Play Kena on PS5, say that the game is available on EGS (unless they have an active Playstation promotion) and that they can use the promo code to support the channel etc. etc.
Or they can play any other game and people can use the promo code to buy EGS games.
And lack of Steam reviews!No news-flash, but Kena is a fun, good game (so far, about 50 min in), but the Epic Store made certain things that works like a charm on Steam, annoying and difficulty, (lack of cloud save, controller support, screenshots (does not support Geforce photo mode and would love to upload screenshots to my Steam account, the game looks great graphically), lack of guides also feels weird etc.).
Im definetly picking it up on Steam when it's out.
Well, a court found that Epic broke their contract with Apple, and Apple acted proportionately and appropriately.I'm not sure this is a smart move for Apple. But anyway, Sweeney got what he deserved. Him crying about anti-monopolistic behavior is just sad. Something about pot and kettle...
I see they learned absolutely nothing from the entire ordeal. Is Epic going to release their own phone when they inevitably lose the trial with Google too?
You'd think they would ease off the PR game a tad. At least this time they didn't make a video about Apple being like Animal Farm or something to that degree.
Create your own history & customize your game
Europa Universalis IV gives you the chance to customize and mod practically anything your heart may desire and uses Steam Workshop.
Every time they post anything I see a bunch of weird errors. Whoever is supposed to be checking copy is always on vacation I guess. When I'm bored I make a post detailing some of them because I guess in another life I was an English teacher.I think Epic/Paradox forgot fact-checking the game description.