- Dec 29, 2019
Honestly speaking? Yes I do. They invented that platform, they make the rules. If the rules don't breach the law in any way than you can decide if you want to follow them and sell on their platform or not. Epic knew they take that big cut. Epic agreed to those terms and suddenly they didn't. Sorry that's not how it works. Then they tried to play the victim after breaching a contract. It's that simple. If they we're not happy with the cut then they shouldn't have agreed to it in the first point. I can't take a loan out from my bank and then suddenly accuse them of wanting way to high payments.
Everyone who thinks epic is right in this is wrong, I'm sorry to say that but it's the truth.
Agreed, the whole argument about it being A-OK when they started the app store but suddenly becoming problematic/illegal when they hit some arbitrary number of users that Epic decided is too many is laughable IMO.