This conversation may not be pleasant to have but it is needed. Epic exclusives are a multi facet topic, often emotional, that can certainly use some rational dialogue. The history of how things unfolded in the past is very valuable and does corresponds to what any honest observer present at the time would corroborate. I remember vividly how much better Impulse was to Steam back in the days. To this day I wish you all hadn’t sold it! In a way, we could say that GOG took its place on the market, but I digress. Thank you for engaging your community on this. Who knows, you may change a couple of minds along the way.
That is totally true, I am actually tired of this conversation but I will close with saying, Right now Steam is good, wasn't always like that, Epic isn't good, that can change, and I hope it does, Steam needs to lower there profit share, and Epic need to stop paying developers to leave steam, to join there platform, There is pros and cons to both platforms, I just have an issue with one platform paying the developers to release on their platform, they will get the market share by using those millions of dollars and making a launcher as good, if not better than steam.