The Epic Games Store is coming to iOS and Android later this year

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Epic has confirmed that its Games Store is coming to both iOS and Android later this year. This is the same EGS that distributes games on Windows, as an alternative to Steam.

Epic says that its Games Store will offer the same fair terms to all developers, on a true multi-platform store. That means that devs will get to keep 88% of their revenue and Epic will get 12%. In comparison, Google gets a 15% cut on the first $1 million in revenue, and whopping 30% after that.

Epic also says that devs can leverage to keep 100% of their revenue if they use their own payments for in-app purchases.

The Epic Games Store is coming to iOS and Android later this year

We don’t know what the store will look like on Android, nor which games will be available, outside of Fortnite, which is currently distributed via the Epic Games Launcher.

As for iOS, it’s less clear after Apple shut down Epic’s developer account, only to reinstate it two days later after an EU order. But it’s clear that Epic has no intention of not following through with its Epic Games Store on iOS.

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