Control And The Outer Worlds Will Be Launched On Epic Store And Not Steam

Control And The Outer Worlds Will Be Launched On Epic Store And Not Steam

Control And The Outer Worlds Will Be Launched On Epic Store And Not Steam

Control And The Outer Worlds Will Be Launched On Epic Store And Not Steam

During the Unreal GDC keynote this year, Epic reported it has collaborated with the private division label of 2K so they can distribute the Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey and The Outer Worlds on Epic Games Store.

The Outer Worlds will be launched on Microsoft Store. However, it won’t appear on other PC stores for a year or longer, and it includes Steam.

The anticipation for The Outer Worlds has quickly risen after it has been announced last December. It has been labeled as a rich science fiction FPS hybrid game from Fallout creators. It represents the culture of Epic’s growing platform in a way.

Those who have played the game last December said its settings are fresh and invigorating, and it has the personality for the niche. The developers think it’s time to get a more sarcastic and campier Firefly to Mass Effect’s trying hard Star Trek.

Control will also be exclusive on the Epic Store. This third-person shooter is surreal, and it came from Remedy, the developer of Quantum Break and Max Payne. It has several enthusiastic reviews last year, and its return is one of the most highly anticipated because it’s from one of gaming’s most interesting studios.

Also, Quantic Dream’s exclusive trio from PlayStation would come to PC. It’s their first time there, and it’s exclusive. The games are Beyond: Two Souls, Heavy Rain, and Detroit: Become Human.

Epic has also reported that Ubi will release titles on Epic Store continuously after The Division 2. The particular titles aren’t announced yet, and it has snagged several other premium games such as Industries of Titan, The Sinking City, and Afterparty.

Epic has also reported about the exclusives in the Epic Store because they can be bought via The Humble Store. It’s great because customers have another option of getting the game.

The strategy of Epic on challenging Steam through negotiating for exclusives might be controversial. However, it’s clear there are a lot of happy developers that want to negotiate with the creator of Unreal Engine and Fornite so they can use the favorable revenue split as leverage. The 88/12 split profit is a current offer by Epic.

The Outer World’s a singular gamer first-person science fiction RPG from Private Division and Obsidian Entertainment. People are encouraged to welcome the future and not hinder their progression. The story if player-driven and that makes it exciting.

Control can be played on Xbox One, PS4, and Microsoft Windows on Q3 2019, and it’s also one of the most anticipated titles of the year.