The company is still willing to sign deals with willing participants.
A few weeks ago, Steve Allison of Epic Games talked to PCWorld about the exclusive deals it was beating with publishers to bring games to their platform. Allison stated, " We definitely will not be performing any exclusive functions of this magnitude in the long run." A few days after this statement, Epic signed a contract with the developers behind Observation which essentially repeats the situation with Metro Exodus .
. Epson boss Tim Sweeney said on Twitter "We've had a lot of discussions since the GDC, and Epic is open to financing agreements / exclusivity agreements with willing developers and publishers, regardless of their previous plans or announcements about Steam. Commenting on Allison's position, Sweeney added: "This led to further discussions at Epic, leading to the realization that these calls had to be left to developers and publishers, and Epic did not say" no "to them on the basis of existing statements Steam
To illustrate, all this happened before Gearbox's announcement that [Borderlands3 was exclusively in Epic's store for six months this morning, and even though it was claimed earlier that there would be so many exclusive deals, Epic now ready to take advantage of more exclusive offers, and the world keeps turning …
Epic wi rd will continue to sign exclusive contracts, even for games already on Steam [PC Gamer]
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