Let's go back to talking about the case Epic vs Apple. After removing the Fortnite from the App Store and Google Play, Epic seems to have taken a hit too many, losing more than 60% of the players connected to their successful battle royale.
The news came from Epic itself, through a new one lawsuit presented to the court in the last few days. In this new document, Epic Games asks for the reintroduction of Fortnite within the App Store and how Apple is doing destroying their work for their anti-consumer practices.
Today we asked the Court to stop Apple's retaliation against Epic for daring to challenge its unlawful restrictions while our antitrust case proceeds. This is a necessary step to free consumers and developers from Apple's costly, anti-competitive control. https://t.co/r2XxhitjMp
- Epic Games Newsroom (@EpicNewsroom) September 5, 2020
Will this never ending story ever end? One thing is certain: if on Android Epic actually has ways to continue supporting their game; for the moment the apple platform will have to live without group dance and wacky emotes.