Last month, Epic Games announced that they're launching their own digital storefront, competing with the likes of Steam. The Epic Games Store offers developers a greater revenue share than other platforms, and it's certain to be a less cluttered shop than Steam. This makes it an attractive place for indie developers, but AAA teams are getting in on it as well. Epic just got their biggest win yet with some strong support from Ubisoft.

Ubisoft has just announced that The Division 2 will be coming to the Epic Games Store (along with Ubisoft's own digital store), but it won't be coming to Steam. This seems to have been a recent decision, as the game once had a product page on Steam. Ubisoft also indicated that they'll be bringing more games to the Epic Games Store in the future, and we'll hear more about them later in the year.

Source: Polygon

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