I just want to point that this debate always quickly turns into Epic vs Steam, when in reality is should be about Epic alone.. specifically the ethics around how Epic is going about this. I really don't think this would be a big deal if games were not being pulled from <insert platform here> last minute or after being advertised already. The way that Epic and their idiot CEO Tim has handled everything from the very start has been just plain arrogant. I had nothing against Epic before this fiasco but now I want nothing to do with them at all. They could have handled it better.. Origin, Uplay, etc all handled it great and are all launchers I have zero problems with and use to this day. They typically only house exclusives that the publisher made and do not bribe other publishers to make their titles exclusive. Let's put our Steam pitchforks down and start actually listening to what people are actually upset about for a minute. Epic had every chance to make a great entry and do this right by winning over the end users, but instead they chose to go about it very cutthroat while not giving a crap about what really matters in the end: the customers. You can buy an amazing lot on a very nice corner and fill it up with amazing cars, but you still need to have a good waiting room, a good salesman, and end user experience or you won't be selling jack crap. Epic knew this, but Instead of doing what is right by building a waiting room, training a salesman, and making the place comfortable for the customers they instead just forced Ford and Nissan to only sell to that shop hoping that they will gain customers anyways. It might work, but it is still completely shitty for those of us wanting our best experience that we were used to having. Whether that be Steam, GoG, Origin, or whatever.. gamers as a whole just lost a lot of choice and comfort. How was this a good thing for us at all? Epic could have - and should have - had the balls to put their money into making a good and honest product instead of doing what they did. This is why a lot of people like myself absolutely loathe Epic and their stupid launcher. Note: I have zero experience in the selling of cars, so my example above may not exactly be 100%, but you get the picture. This is exactly what I've been saying. Just wait! So far just about every EGS 'exclusive' is only timed to 1 year.. with all the games out there right now just wait and buy it on <insert platform here> and the problem becomes easy. You don't support Epic's exclusive bribery and instead support your platform of choice. In the end it should all be about choice which is exactly what Epic is trying to take away. I mean.. ffs even Microsoft is now releasing their games elsewhere and no longer are exclusive to their OWN STORE. Think about that.