• Next Week's Epic Free Games Include An Indie Classic

    14 days ago - By GameSpot

    Publishers and storefronts have been offering a ton of free games recently to help people combat the boredom of being stuck inside, and the Epic Games Store is continuing to give away free games on a weekly basis as well. This week, Epic users can snag three more free games - World War Z , Figment , and Tormenter x Punisher -but the company also revealed the two free games coming up next. Starting April 2 at 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET , Gone Home and Hob will be free to claim on the Epic store. To claim any Epic free games, you just need a free account. Gone Home is a first-person exploration game...
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  • Epic Games Announces ‘Developer-First' Publishing Label And Partnerships

    14 days ago - By Forbes

    Epic Games announced a new publishing label and series of publishing partnerships which will strive for a “developer-friendly” approach on Thursday via an official announcement on its website.
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  • Epic Games to publish games from Control and The Last Guardian developers

    Epic Games to publish games from Control and The Last Guardian developers

    14 days ago - By Windows Central

    Be on the lookout for these ones.
    What you need to know
    Epic Games seems like it's expanding its publishing business.
    Today, the team revealed it was working with a number of acclaimed developers.
    The biggest ones would have to be gen DESIGN and Remedy Entertainment.
    Both developers have worked on phenomenal games like The Last Guardian and Control.
    Epic Games is the team behind the popular free-to-play Fornite and has had a lot of success with it over the years. The company is expanding its publishing business and today, announced new projects with the developers of The Last Guardian...
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  • Epic signs Playdead, Remedy, and genDesign to new publishing label

    Epic signs Playdead, Remedy, and genDesign to new publishing label

    14 days ago - By Gamasutra

    Epic Games has formed a new multi-platform publishing label and signed deals with The Last Guardian developer genDesign, Limbo creator PlayDead, and Control maker Remedy. ...
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  • Epic launches publishing label with Remedy, Playdead and GenDesign onboard

    14 days ago - By GamesIndustry

    Epic Games Publishing will be multiplatform, cover as much as 100% of costs, and offer partners 50/50 profit share
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  • Epic Games to Publish Next Games From Control, Inside Devs

    14 days ago - By IGN

    Epic Games has announced that it will be publishing the next games from gen DESIGN , Playdead , and Remedy Entertainment through Epic Games Publishing, its new multiplatform publishing effort with a developer-first approach.
    Epic shared the news alongside a video featuring Remedy's Sam Lake, Playdead's Arnt Jensen, and gen DESIGN's Fumito Ueda that begins to explain how this new publishing effort will help these creators build their dreams.

    The Epic Games approach to publishing "fundamentally changes the developer/publisher model, and aims to have the most developer-friendly terms in the...
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  • Epic Games publishing to bring new titles from Playdead, Remedy Entertainment and gen DESIGN

    14 days ago - By WMPoweruser

    Epic Games has announced that they will be publishing a host of unannounced titles from prestigious developers in the coming years. As part of a new multiplatform publishing push, the Fortnite developer will be funding titles from Playdead , Remedy Entertainment and genDESIGN. Epic says that these three...
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  • Epic will publish the next games from the devs behind Control, Limbo, and The Last Guardian

    14 days ago - By Rock, Paper, Shotgun

    Epic Games already make an engine to build games and a store to sell the finished products, and now they're getting into the publishing game to fund development too. Today they announced a “developer-first” multiplatform publishing scheme that will fully fund games but let the devs keep creative control and ownership of the intellectual property, which is fairly rare as publishers go. They'll also promise the makers at least a 50% share of the profits. Epic announced a starting lineup of three partners: Remedy Entertainment, the creators of Control and Max Payne ; GenDesign, the new studio...
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  • Epic Games Publishing will release new games from Remedy, Playdead, and Gen Design

    14 days ago - By GamesRadar

    Fortnite creator announces ambitious new project
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  • Epic will publish games from Remedy, Playdead and genDESIGN

    14 days ago - By Engadget

    What do when you're the creator of one of the most profitable games in the world? For Fortnite developer Epic Games, the answer it turns out is to help other studios work on their next projects. Today, the company announced it has signed publishing a...
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  • Fortnite Studio Epic Will Publish New Games From Last Guardian, Control, And Limbo Developers

    14 days ago - By GameSpot

    Epic Games has announced another major move in the games-publishing business. The Fortnite and Unreal developer has created a new multiplatform publishing division, boasting some of the most developer-friendly terms ever, and it's signed some big names to kick things off. The new division-Epic Games Publishing-will publish new games from Gen Design , Playdead , and Remedy Entertainment. Epic said these are the "first partners" to announce deals with Epic Games Publishing, which suggests more may come over time. Epic Games Publishing describes itself as a "developer-first" label that...
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  • Epic launches publishing label, signs creators behind Control, Inside, and The Last Guardian

    Epic launches publishing label, signs creators behind Control, Inside, and The Last Guardian

    14 days ago - By The Verge

    Fortnite maker Epic Games is getting into publishing in a big way. Today the company announced the launch of Epic Games Publishing, which is exactly what it sounds like: a publishing label funded by Epic. “We're building the publishing model we always wanted for ourselves when we worked with publishers,” Epic founder Tim Sweeney said in a statement.
    To start, Epic has lined up an impressive trio of development partners. That includes Remedy Entertainment, most recently known for the surreal action game Control ; Playdead, the team behind the haunting side-scrollers Limbo and Inside ; and...
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