Il the case which in recent days has seen the protagonist EpicGAMES, Fortnite e Apple it might go beyond just selling V-Bucks, but it also involves the Unreal Engine. The Cupertino company actually intends to end support to the well-known engine (both on iOS and on Mac) next August 28 2020.
Apple threatening to boot Epic Games' dev tools off iOS and Mac. This means developers would be forced to stop using Unreal Engine as Apple won't let Epic support it. This tells you everything you need to know about Apple the big old bully. https://t.co/6MOvXuy9Fl
This new maneuver would damage not only Epic but also the many developers who use Unreal to develop and publish their titles. In response, Epic presented another lawsuit against Apple. In this new file, Epic accuses Apple of creating damagegravito the mobile market and to these developers, who will be forced to choose a new engine to be able to publish their titles on iOS / Mac.
Will this war ever end "technopolitics"Between the two giants?
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