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After Epic Games decided to be the company that takes a stand against Apple's App Store policies last week, the Fortnite developer says that Apple is taking away its access to dev tools.
After Epic Games introduced its own direct payments system, competing with Apple's payments system, Apple removed the popular Fortnite game from the App Store, citing the obvious policy violations.
Tim Sweeney stated that Apple's App Store is an "absolute monopoly," and also criticized Google for its store policies. There aren't many options for distributing mobile software besides the two.
In a recent interview, Tim Sweeney, CEO of Epic Games discussed some interesting aspects of Fortnite for Android, particularly with regards to the game bypassing the Google Play Store for its launch.
Epic Games co-founder Tim Sweeney is continuing his attack on Microsoft's still-unannounced SKU of Windows, which is currently known as Windows 10 Cloud, referring to it as "ransomware".
Epic Games co-founder Tim Sweeney is once again calling out Microsoft and its Universal Windows Platform, this time for Windows 10 Cloud, which is an OS that doesn't even exist yet.
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Earlier this week, an interview was published where Tim Sweeney once again attacked the Universal Windows Platform. Today, Microsoft responded to Sweeney's accusations, saying UWP is an open platform.
Tim Sweeney, a co-founder of Epic Games, is attacking Microsoft's Universal Windows Platform yet again. This time, he's claiming that Microsoft will essentially update Windows 10 until Steam breaks.
Epic games co-founder expands on his idea of what Microsoft should and shouldn't do with the distribution model of Universal Windows Platform apps, and how it should be more like Win32.
Epic co-founder Tim Sweeney has published an article in The Guardian denouncing the UWP platform, claiming that Microsoft aims to make desktop Windows into a closed ecosystem.
Epic Games co-founder Tim Sweeney, the creator of the Unreal Engine, stated in a new interview, "I genuinely worry about the future of Microsoft" in terms of keeping Windows as an open platform.