Why do some people buy online games?
Posted On July 8, 2021
The gaming industry has been hit with a barrage of new and popular titles this year, with online services such as Netflix and Amazon Video and games like Super Mario Run and Hearthstone leading the way.
But one of the biggest winners in the latest wave of releases has been Epic Games.
Epic Games has sold over $1 billion worth of virtual goods in the last two years, according to the latest report from App Annie.
That’s more than double the $400 million it made last year.
Epics revenue jumped 40 percent from 2016 to 2017, with the majority of the jump coming from digital games.
The publisher also made $3 billion in the period, according the report.
That’s a big deal for the company, which was founded in 2012 by a team of developers from the UK who started making games based on Epic Games’ Unreal Engine.
The company has since expanded its game development base to include Unreal Engine 4.
Epica Games has also been working with a slew of other big publishers, such as Microsoft, Sony, Electronic Arts, and Ubisoft.
The group is also working with Valve to bring Steam to the game streaming platform.
And the company has been doing some great things with its partnership with Valve.
In 2016, Epic partnered with Valve on a number of Steam games that would eventually become Steam Machines.
The partnership has also given the company access to Steam’s massive catalog of free games, making it easier for developers to bring games to Steam Machines and beyond.
That relationship continues in 2017, as Epic Games is launching a new game called The Walking Dead: The Game.
It will be an episodic episodic game, with each episode focused on a different part of the comic book universe.
The first episode, “All You Need Is Kill,” will be released in September.
Epia Games also announced plans to release two more episodic games this year: The Walking Night, an episodically released episodic video game based on the zombie series, and The Walking Simulator, a virtual reality game based around a fictional Texas town.