Epic boss Tim Sweeney tweeted today (March 7) that Epic would fully support Nvidia cloud gaming service GeForce Now, saying every gaming company that wants the gaming industry to grow in good place should do so.
“Epic is fully supportive of Nvidia GeForce Now, and we will continue to improve our services, whether it’s Fortnite or other games that are available on the Epic platform and choose to participate.” “
“Nvidia GeForce Now is the most friendly mainstream cloud game service for game developers and publishers because it does not capture a share of game revenue. It is hoped that the gaming industry can develop benignly and provide a better environment for everyone, and that game companies with such a vision should support such services. “
Tim Sweeney later said cloud gaming services were key to breaking the pay monopoly of iOS and Google Play, including their 30 percent revenue share. Whether the game sold in Epic participates in Nvidia GeForce Now depends on the game developer and publisher itself, and Epic advocates doing so, rather than requiring that the game be allowed to land in GeForce Now.