Epic Games, the company behind the wildly successful Fortnite, today revealed it’s opening its own digital game storefront. The new store will offer developers an 88 percent share of revenue, in contrast to Valve’s industry-standard 70 percent. Calling it a “Steam rival” would be more than just a trite comparison, as Epic’s own announcement features a chart directly comparing the price cuts of its store vs Steam‘s. Epic is essentially pulling an “Anything you can do, I can do better” to the same store it scorned. Considering Fortnite is probably the most successful PC game to avoid Valve’s store, Epic would probably know better than anyone what…

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Epic Games announces its dev-friendly Steam competitor
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