In the Epic Games vs Apple battle, Epic has made its latest accusation in a new filing against Apple for making incorrect statements in its own legal filing earlier this week. Epic said that Apple “cherry-picked” Google search results about Fortnite’s popularity. Read More
The long-drawn battle between Apple and Epic Games continues as the former has filed an official countersuit against the latter asking for damages over the breach of its developer contract. In the new filing, Apple has called out Epic for not being the “modern corporate Robin Hood” that it claims to be.
One of Fortnite’s biggest competitor, PUBG, is receiving beneficial publicity in the App Store amidst the legal battle between Apple and Epic Games. If you had happened to have opened the App Store today, you would’ve seen an editorial story promoting the PUBG Mobile App.
The App Store featured PUBG on the same day Apple was to terminate Epic’s developer account initially. The irony lies in the fact that PUGB Mobile is actually built with Epic’s Unreal Engine. Read More
Epic Games warned users, earlier this week, that Fortnite for iOS and Mac would no longer receive any updates with new seasons because of the dispute between the game developer and Apple (following which Apple had removed Fortnite from the App Store). Epic recently informed Fortnite players that the game has now been officially blocked from Apple platforms and will not receive any updates in the future. Read More
The judge has made her first ruling on the case between Apple and Epic Games. Apple had kicked off Fortnite from its App Store and had said that it will terminate Epic’s developer account. In response, Epic had asked the court for restraining orders to prevent Apple from blocking the Unreal Engine and banning Fortnite. Read More
In the Apple vs Epic Games battle, Apple has made its latest move. Epic Games claims that Apple will terminate the game developer’s account as a response to filing a lawsuit against the company. Read More
In a recent turn of events, Apple, Google, and Fortnite have taken their fans on a rollercoaster ride.
Hours after Fortnite getting removed from both the Apple Store and Google Play Store, and Epic filing a lawsuit against Apple, Epic Games filed a lawsuit against Google for anti-competitive practices between Android and Google Play Store. Read More
After Epic Games snuck in an update to get around the App stores’ fees, the Apple App Store removed Fortnite from the platform. Google soon followed its footsteps.
Epic Games introduced an update to directly pay Epic for in-app purchases instead of using the officially sanctioned versions for both the iPhone and Android versions. As a reaction to this brutal decision, Apple decided to kick off Fortnite and sue Epic, to which Epic reacted by making a parody of Apple’s 1984 commercial in the game itself. Read More