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Randy Pitchford
I am excited to support the Epic Games Store.
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Randy Pitchford Dec 4
Replying to @DuvalMagic
(I’ve been asked a lot about it today. To add more color: Our friends at Epic are great people who care about the health of our industry and the value of creators big and small. Their leadership on this front is welcome and due.)
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Maskenhaft Dec 4
Replying to @DuvalMagic
yea i get that but honestly its annoying for me as a customer, steam uplay, origin battle net, and the multiple other launcher from multiple Publisher`s. Call me Old fashioned but i miss the old days where just buyed a game and could play with out any launcher or anything else
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Maskenhaft Dec 4
Replying to @DuvalMagic
i mean why should i buy there, to have another launcher on my Pc? i mean i get it Valve is greedy we all know that. But nothing is going to change that steam is just to big at this point
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Randy Pitchford Dec 4
Replying to @Maskenhaft
+1
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Randy Pitchford Dec 4
Replying to @Maskenhaft
What if you don’t have to deal with a launcher when you just want to start your game?
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Rob Mar 11
Replying to @DuvalMagic
I'm not
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chicken ramen Mar 11
Replying to @Robethx @DuvalMagic
I'm not
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Randy Pitchford Mar 11
Replying to @Robethx
Why?
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Randy Pitchford Mar 11
Why?
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Rob Mar 11
Replying to @DuvalMagic
I'm worried that that's code for an exclusivity deal for some future content/titles
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jeremy Mar 11
it might have something to do with the fear that this game could become a Epic Games Exlusive
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Randy Pitchford Mar 12
Replying to @Robethx
What’s wrong with that? A PC is a PC - who cares which store you get your games from? I’m just curious to learn the mind-set. I am a customer on lots of different PC platforms.
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Randy Pitchford Mar 12
What’s wrong with that? A PC is a PC, right? Who cares which store front you buy from?
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Alexander Mar 13
Replying to @DuvalMagic @Robethx
I fully support you guys if you want to have it on the Epic Games launcher. But exclusivity deal is too much. Maybe there could be a "discount" on the epic launcher. I too have many games on many launchers. But i just worry about the public's opinions here...
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Randy Pitchford Mar 13
Why would that be too much? Genuinely curious...
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Amosar Mar 17
As a user I've enjoyed the borderland series on Linux even with the lack of physx support, but don't give a shit about Linux. And we want to be able to enjoy the next on Linux. Even if the version is more expensive.
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Randy Pitchford Mar 17
Replying to @Amosarr @Robethx and 2 others
I love the principles behind Linux and appreciate and use Linux where it’s the best tool for the job. When we have supported Linux, it’s been purely from passion. The suits tell us a pretty dismal story with their data about the business of supporting Linux. It’s depressing.
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