Today (October 30), we report on “EA Executives Talk About Returning to Steam Game Launch and Online Issues.” Now, Epic ‘s Tim Sweeney has tweeted congratulations on the collaboration between EA and Valve, along with his own Unreal 4 engine.
“Congratulations to EA and Valve on returning to the co-operation track in the multi-platform status quo, while also supporting the interoperability of the Origin and Steam platforms,” said Tim Sweeney, Epic boss. We’ve seen eA launch a game on the Steam platform for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, which is guaranteed by our Unreal 4 engine. ”
As soon as this remark came out, many foreign netizens left a lot of sarcastic comments.
“You’re so sour. ”
“Jealous?” Epic boss? ”
“I’ll translate it to you, and what The Epic wants to say is: I’m allowing you two to work together, but your game has to use our engine, haha. ”
“Tim Sweeney, you’re really good, and it’s because you’ve made a splash in the PC market that makes what was not likely to happen, ” he said. ”
In addition, there are some foreign netizens psed a picture, flirting with the relationship between Epic, EA and Valve society, it seems very funny.
Judging from the words of Epic ‘s Tim Sweeney, it’s hard to know whether it’s sincere, and the fact that promoting his own Illusory 4 engine