@boilingsteam I mostly agree with Epic about Apple being a locked down mess, but considering Epic has paid for exclusivity rights to so many games, it's a bit hypocritical.

In the case of Rocket League, the game went from available on multiple OSes to "Just Windows EGS" under their watch.

Somehow according to them this is better for the consumer.

Not only are they being hypocritical as EGS is just some evil walled garden bullshit (and Windows only as you mentioned), but they also don't respect the rules in the Apple store - which are very clear when you enter as a developer.

That's a little rich.

@boilingsteam I might agree with Epic that a trillion dollar company isn't going to voluntarily change terrible rules because of "the free market" and the only way to force change is to do a thing to take them to court over it. In an ideal world, people just stop using Apple, but we know that won't happen any time soon.

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