‘Borderlands 3’: PC edition Epic exclusive until April 2020

‘Borderlands 3’: PC edition Epic exclusive until April 2020

‘Borderlands 3’: PC edition Epic exclusive until April 2020

Concerns over the Epic Games store's use of data surfaced in recent weeks. The review bombing began after it became known that Borderlands 3 will be released in the Epic Games Store at the time.

Hopefully, this trend dies away at some point, because it does nothing more than further limit player access to voicing their opinion when they show support for games they love and give critical advice to those they think can be improved.

A deal between Borderlands publisher, Take-Two Interactive label 2K Games, and Fortnite developer and publisher Epic Games renders the PC edition of September 2019 game Borderlands 3 exclusive to the Epic Games Store until April 2020. The tentpole feature for Borderlands 3 is vehicular combat, which is sure to inspire Mad Max-esque feelings in players, as they tear across savage lands engaging in combat with enemies. For example, the Steam library and friends list. With such a software many do not want to anything to do.

From the press release: "At launch on September 13, Borderlands 3 will be available for PC exclusively through the Epic Games store".

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How does Gearbox react? What do you want to see from the game? On the surface, it's just a game about many, many line puzzles, but really, it's a game about learning and making breakthroughs.

Is this an isolated case? No.

The tweets were sparked by a piece in USGamer that comes to the pretty logical conclusion that, while the Epic Games Store has issues, it's not Chinese spyware.

Since then, Epic Games has attempted to nab a piece of that digital purchase pie by scooping up exclusivity rights on certain games like Metro Exodus and Ubisoft's popular The Division 2. That could mean lost sales that developers don't get back even after their games' review scores are wiped squeaky clean, not to mention lasting negative sentiment in the Steam community.

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