So today we have not particularly good news for many. Epic Games, which created, or rather is behind the creation of the Battle Royale game Fortnite, declared war on Apple. The reason for this is quite easy, because the company was cutting the App Store by 30% and essentially declared war on Apple by offering customers a way to pay directly, thus bypassing Apple and their 30% Commission. Apple quickly responded by banning Fortnite from the App Store, and Google did the same a few hours later. Epic Games immediately responded with a lawsuit claiming that Apple was acting anti-competitive.
As a result, Fortnite is currently not available in the App Store.you can check it by going to Your store on your phone. They had no complaints about Android, so Android users can easily download the game and play for fun, but new users on Apple will not be able to download the game, but those users who already had the game will be able to play and use it, but they will not be able to update it and pass updates.
I don’t even know how to react to this, because Apple is to blame. I will stay on the sidelines in this situation and just explain to you what is happening between them and what kind of conflict there is in General. By the way, many people have seen the trolling video of Epic Games on Apple. I can’t leave the link, because I wrote above that I don’t want to get involved in the conflict, but just cover it.At least those running on Android can still download Fortnite outside of the Google Play store, but this is not an option on Apple devices. Epic Games ‘ crusade against Steam has allowed game developers to get more money, as the Epic Game Store charges significantly lower fees than Steam. The problem here, however, is that unlike the PC, which is largely an open platform, Apple operates a closed ecosystem, so Epic’s only chance to fight back against Apple’s 30% platform fee is to win in court.
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