No way in hell this is a real thing xdAfter months of being missing from the top sellers list, Rocket League and Final Fantasy 7 Remake finally showed up again. I guess the person in charge of the top sellers API eventually realized something was up.
Probably it will push the steam sales of the game, which is in salre rigth now for 12€ with all the dlcBased on many of the recent posts here, it seems that the epic game store version of XCOM is riddled with bugs, most notably one that spawns mission objectives outside the playable zone. Alongside this, the EGS version appears to be incompatible with the community launcher and most mods. Please consider this before making a post. Don't know if this has been said already but evidently it must be repeated. If you want to play XCOM 2, get the steam version, it's constantly going on sale and lacks these issues.
You're exaggerating, but it probably doesn't take more than a few hundred daily sales to make the list, outside of new major exclusives and Genshin/RL.I bet 1 or 2 sales would probably hit their top 10 list
Not really, as mentioned multiple times some spots do no make any sense, as Arc I don't think there's a conspiracy but clearly that Top 25 doesn't work properly most of the time or do display results that do not correspond with what the market is doing, there are boost and downs that can't be explained all the sudden.I bet 1 or 2 sales would probably hit their top 10 list
Epic half-asses a lot of features just to be able to show it checked off on the list.Warhammer 3 added Steam Workshop support in a recent patch. As far as I can tell, there is no workshop support for the EGS version which is ironic considering Troy Total War was the very first game to launch with EGS mod support. After nearly two years there are only two games that have EGS workshop support with the other being Mechwarrior 5. I assume developers won't bother with EGS workshop and just rely on Steam Workshop or mod.io.
So that's why they got ahold of Bandcamp, to use it as a bargaining chip ((((((((((
Tim definitely doesn't care about customer freedom at all...So Tim is all about customer freedom, but not employee freedom?
Don't forget about all the cheap (and underage) labor when the Fortniteverse goes online. Epic wants a piece of that Roblox pie.I for one am shocked that the billionaire software developer has a dim view of unions when his employees have to crunch all the time for the metaverse. Could not have seen it coming
It’s just more Muskrat hyperbole.
He's likely equating Apple's service with something along the lines of a card processor. At best he's intentionally being obtuse and at worst he's an idiot.
He doesn't. He's continuing his "disruptive techbro" persona by wading into this argument.
Hi Tim! Repressed any attempts at worker collectivism lately in the pursuit of the marketing and data collection-focused Metaverse? Or just tweets that willfully ignore the fact you're a billionaire boss crunching hundreds of people forced to sell their labour, throwing Objectivism around like a valid philosophy in 2022? Here's a response from reality:
He really is a poor man's Elon Musk.
NASA has partnered up with Epic Games to create a virtual reality Mars metaverse.
I was actually fine with that statement until the word Metaverse came up.