Epic Games Store Removes ETAs from Trello Roadmap after “Missing the Mark”

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After failing to meet multiple goals (e.g., global Cloud Saves), the Epic Games Store is changing the format of its Trello roadmap, which was originally designed to let customers know what features were coming, and when. Proposed and in-progress features will continue to be listed, but time of delivery has been removed.

Epic says it is doing this because it “missed the mark accurately displaying the timelines for feature delivery,” blaming “shifting priorities and the need for further iteration.” The company promises it will provide updates on what remains every two weeks.

In addition to the regular Trello refresh, we’re going to deliver detailed feature updates when we have larger drops (e.g. Cloud Saves, new Product pages, etc…). We’ll include both the details on the new features hitting the store and a quick dev deep dive for additional insight. You can see the first of these with our recently posted August feature update.


Tsing Mui
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