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Fortnite with touch controls now available to all iPhone and Android players on NVIDIA GeForce Now

The losers in Epic Games massive spat with Apple (and to a lesser extent, Google) were always the Fortnite players. But where there's a will, there's a way, and iPhone players especially can rejoice: Fortnite is back as a proper mobile game with touch controls. All thanks to a collaboration between Epic Games and NVIDIA...

Epic Games starts another fight with Google, this time over Bandcamp

Epic Games has spent the past few years in lawsuits and appeals with Apple and Google, after the company tried to work around the revenue cuts that the App Store and Google Play Store take from in-app purchases. The ongoing legal action has primarily been about Fortnite, which is still absent from both stores, but...

How to install and play games from the Epic Games Store on Steam Deck

The Steam Deck is, of course, designed to play games from Steam. But it's also a complete PC, so that means you have options as you do on your PC. Steam has always been able to add games from other sources to your library, and the same applies to the Steam Deck. But what about...

RealityScan app from Epic Games will create 3D models from real-life objects

Epic Games is probably best known for Fortnite and other games it has published, but the company also makes a lot of money building tools for other companies to create video games. Epic revealed a new smartphone app today, RealityScan, which aims to turn real-life objects into 3D models that can be used in games...

Epic Games launches Unreal Engine 5, now available to download

Following an extensive early preview, Epic Games has today fully launched Unreal Engine 5. The news comes from the company's "State of Unreal" virtual event where the impressive next-generation game engine was the star of the show, and it is available to download now. For game developers, Unreal Engine 5 is a huge deal, and naturally...

Fortnite returns to iOS through NVIDIA GeForce Now

You're probably aware of the Epic Games versus Apple battle by now. For the unfamiliar, the former implemented its own in-app purchase (IAP) system on Fortnite for iOS. The implementation violates Apple's App Store guidelines and got the game kicked out of the store. Until now, iPhone users had no official way to play the...

Rocket League Sideswipe launches worldwide on Android and iOS

Epic’s long-awaited Rocket League Sideswipe mobile game is now available for everyone on Android and iOS. Psyonix, the team behind Rocket League, revealed in March that it was planning to bring a new, standalone Rocket League experience designed specifically for mobiles later this year. Following the announcement, the company opened up Alpha and Beta tests...

Epic Games CEO wants to resist monopoly, suggests a single app store for all platforms

The Epic Games versus Apple legal battle has been going on for over a year now. While courts have reached a decision, the waters haven't calmed just yet. The CEO of Epic Games -- Tim Sweeney -- has renewed his attack on Apple and Google. This time he's calling for a universal app store that...

Google countersues Epic Games for breach of Play Store contract

Google is countersuing Epic Games for its breach of the Play Store contract after the company bypassed Play fees for in-app purchases and enabled direct payments in the app. Shortly after, Google removed Fortnite from the Play Store, and Epic Games initiated legal proceedings against both Google and Apple. A lot of private information has...

This Week in Gaming: Apple v. Epic fallout, PS5 get SSDs, and yet more delays

While the gaming world is still reeling from the Sony showcase last week, most of the news has been a bit muted. Luckily, we can finally address the elephant in the room that is the Apple vs Epic legal battle, which seems to have finally come to some kind of resolution with no real winners...

Apple wins some and loses some in big Epic Games lawsuit

On the eve of the iPhone 13 launch, we've finally been handed a ruling in the lawsuit filed by Epic Games last year. Epic Games, the developer of Fortnite, sued Apple last year over claims the company was violating U.S. antitrust law by prohibiting developers from implementing alternative in-app purchase methods. Today, Judge Yvonne Gonzalez-Rogers...

Epic asks Apple to reinstate Fortnite on iOS to abide by new Korean law

Following the passage of a new law in South Korea that forces Apple and Google to accept alternative payment options, Epic Games has asked Apple to allow Fortnite to be reinstated on the App Store in Korea. Should Apple allow Fortnite to be re-released on iOS in Korea, Epic Games intends to let users choose...
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