Epic Games announced a host of games that would be unique to the company’s Epic Games Store, forsaking a release on Steam, the de facto PC game store for many. These include PS4-exclusive Detroit: Become Human, Ancestors a brand-new game from Assassin’s Creed developer Patrice Desilets, Oxenfree designer Night School Studio’s next video game Afterparty, and Control from Quantum Break and Alan Wake developer Remedy to name a few. In addition to this the Fortnite maker exposed that Ubisoft’s older games like Ghost Recon Wildlands, Watch Dogs 2, and more would be making it to the Epic Games Store. Additionally, Ubisoft will be incorporating features from Uplay to Epic Game Store so players can share friends lists in between the services.
Here’s the list of upcoming Epic Games Store exclusives
Epic Games Store 2019 exclusives.
- The Cycle
- Industries of Titan
- Journey to the Savage Planet
- Phoenix Point
- The Sinking City
- Solar Ash Kingdom
- Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey
- Heavy Rain
- Beyond: Two Souls
- Detroit: Become Human
While a few of these like Control would be pertaining to Xbox One and PS4, all of these would be skipping Steam for a year at least. Plus, sci-fi role-playing video game The Outer Worlds from Obsidian would be on the Epic Games Store in addition to the Microsoft Store for Windows PC.
This follows the news that Epic Games Store exclusives like Metro: Exodus have actually found success on the platform. Legendary Games Store statistics shared throughout a GDC 2019 keynote supposedly declared that sales for Metro: Exodus were two-and-a-half times that of its predecessor Metro: Last Light for the very same period since launch.
That’s excellent news for fans of the franchise, and it appears that the video game’s switch to Epic Games Store has been a success. Metro: Exodus is the 3rd installment in the survival horror series, preceded by Metro: Last Light, and Metro 2033 respectively.
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