Epic Games

Back in December, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air star Alfonso Ribeiro filed a lawsuit against Epic Games for using his ‘Carlton Dance’ from the show in their mega-popular game Fortnite. Unfortunately for Ribeiro, it seems that he has now hit a rather large snag in his pursuit to win this lawsuit. According to the Hollywood Reporter,
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It’s always heartening when companies put down their corporate schtick to play nice with each other. Whether it is major game studios celebrating with competitors during flagship launches or the typical PR banter, it’s always a nice feel-good story for the press. Yet, in an odd turn, Epic Vice President (i.e. Fortnite) deleted his congratulations to
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Since the Switch’s launch, even the most loyal of Nintendo fans have aired grievances with the way in which the company has handled online communication. While first-party games frustratingly make use of a smartphone app for voice chat, Fortnite has allowed for players to simply plug in their headphones to communicate—and now the software that
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With Fortnite available on so many different platforms and all matches being on the same ecosystem, mobile players may have found themselves at a disadvantage with touch screen controls. Epic Games is remedying this with the latest v7.30 patch, providing Bluetooth controller support on iOS and Android. The patch notes get into the specifics, saying
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When I first heard Sunflower during the intro to Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, I loved it. Then when I heard 24 players recreating the song on Fortnite Piano, I loved the song even more. You can listen (and watch) the cover below. YouTuber UMadBroYolo published another video in his Fortnite Piano cover series today for
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In 2017, we learned that Square Enix was publishing a AAA shooter developed by Polish studio People Can Fly, best known for Gears of War Judgment and Bulletstorm. Since then, Square Enix has announced partnerships with other companies and People Can Fly has expanded a lot, opening two new studios in Rzeszów and Newcastle over the past two
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Crytek has announced they are partnering with Improbable for, “a new AAA game,” that they will be building together using Cryengine and SpatialOS. Crytek promises they will have more, “detail on this AA game project soon.” Crytek started working closely with Improbable after Unity announced changes to its Terms of Service that rendered cloud-based services
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The date was Sunday, January 6, 2019. It’s the fourth quarter of the Wild Card round of the NFL playoffs with the Philadelphia Eagles against the Chicago Bears. The score is 16-15 in favor of the Eagles. All the Bears had to do was get in field goal range and kick the ball between those
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Epic Games has changed the refund policy of their brand new digital store to match its competitors – particularly Valve’s marketplace. In a series of tweets on Friday, SteamSpy creator and Epic employee Sergey Galyonkin updated consumers on the situation regarding highly requested Epic Games Store features. Galyonkin posted an update via Twitter to celebrate
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Epic Games, the company behind Fortnite and Unreal Engine, was recently accused by a user on Reddit of making their Epic Games Store “literal spyware” and sending data to the Chinese government due to being owned by Tencent, a Chinese giant which controls 40% of the company. The post received almost 30,000 upvotes and multiple
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Although Epic Games expected a delay for version 7.10 of Fortnite, the update has arrived just as originally scheduled. Not included in the update, however, is the Driftboard vehicle, something that Epic has teased for some time now. The Driftboard is said by developers as needing more polish and quality-of-life improvements. Without the Driftboard, the
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