Epic Games Offered Sony $200 Million for PC Ports of First-Party PlayStation Titles

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Epic Games offered Sony at least $200 million to port four to six of its first-party PlayStation titles exclusively for the Epic Games Store. This is according to a document that was released as part of the ongoing legal feud between Epic and Apple, which revealed that the Unreal Engine and Fortnite developer has also been busy attempting to woo the other two gaming giants—Microsoft and Nintendo—into its digital stable. Both appear to be vehemently disinterested, however, with the former opting to work alongside Valve and its Steam store instead.

The document states that Nintendo talks were essentially “a non-starter”, while opening discussions with Microsoft were complicated by the fact that it was essentially a competitor for content deals, and that its PC Game Pass leader was “against” Epic’s strategy.

Sources: ResetEra, VGC

Tsing Mui
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