The Apple-Epic Games lawsuit is still ongoing, and new court documents show where Epic makes its money for Fortnite. Surprisingly the lead platform isn't PC, but rather the PlayStation 4, according to a new deposition. For Apple, the most important thing to note is how small the cut is on iOS, as documents show it's one of the smallest earners for Epic.
Epic Games has acquired the company behind the smash hit Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, the Tonic Games Group. The terms of the deal were not announced.
Galactus is headed into Fortnite today, December 1st at 3:30pm ET. Epic Games urges players to board the Helicarrier and get ready for battle as the Nexus War is ending.
If you like Fortnite and by reading this news release, we suspect that you might, then you may be happy to hear that Epic Games is launching a new subscription offering, Fortnite Crew that will provide "can't miss" content for only $11.99 a month.
A Total War Saga: Troy (check out our thoughts here), is set to receive an Amazons DLC next week on September 24. And it's yours free to keep until October 8.
In a tweet by the official Epic Games account on twitter, Apple has threatened, and plans to terminate all of Epic Games developer accounts in addition to cutting Epic Games off from iOS and Mac development tools. This feud originally started with Apple removing Fortnite from the Apple app store.
It looks like Sony has invested $250 million into Epic Games, the developer behind Fortnite and the Epic Games Store.