User requested account closure
- Oct 25, 2017
Everything's on epic until confirmed otherwise at this point.
by what metric of 'normal'?That Steam stuff is related to this btw- https://epicgames.helpshift.com/a/epic-accounts/?s=epic-accounts&f=how-do-i-add-my-steam-friends-to-my-epic-account-friends-list-via-the-epic-games-launcher
It's fairly normal.
They're not even hiding their bias
It's amazing, we all knew it would happen in the discord too.
Same here. That Google conference thread is gonna be legendary.
Uh there is evidence they look for that information even if the person DOES NOT link their Steam account to EGS, why should they be snooping around my computer looking at Steam without my permission?That Steam stuff is related to this btw- https://epicgames.helpshift.com/a/epic-accounts/?s=epic-accounts&f=how-do-i-add-my-steam-friends-to-my-epic-account-friends-list-via-the-epic-games-launcher
It's fairly normal.
If no one reports anything then yes, the GDPR is a joke.
Maybe I will finally make a dent in my backlog while I'm waiting for all the exclusivities to expire?Google has so much cash on hand. If they are serious about gaming you better believe moneyhats are on their way.
With Ubisoft showing up at their conference I wouldn't be surprised if they moneyhatted Watch Dogs 3 as a timed exclusive or something. Maybe Google + PC only for a year. I remember W2 wasn't a big seller for Ubi compared to the first so they go could go down that path.
And yea streaming licenses + rights are gonna be a whole new console war shit going forward once this streaming platform race takes off. Timed exclusivity is gonna be a popular word for these next several years. Its gonna be a lot of hypocrisy and Q_Q going on.
True. However, the fine could go up to "4% of annual turnover ", which would be 4 billion euros for Google. Maybe, next time.
It won't happen to that extent but I totally see Fortnite releasing on the new Google console. Epic gonna put that shit on everything.
That "niche market" being the European fucking Union... (pre-brexit even) is hilarious on its own. Then brushing off GDPR violations as "harmless"... lmao.