Epic Games' GDC show has announced numerous PC games to be released in the Epic Games Store at an exclusive time. Announced were Spellbreak, The Cycle (by Yager), The Outer Worlds, Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey, Afterparty, The Sinking City, Industries of Titan, Kine, Journey To Savage Planet, Trover save the universe, Heavy Rain, Beyond : Two Souls and Detroit: becoming human.
The exclusive offers for the three Quantic Dream titles (Heavy Rain, Beyond Two Souls and Detroit: Become Human) and Frogwares / Bigen (The Sinking City) last for a year. It can be assumed that the commercial agreements for the other titles will also cover this period. Even Outer Worlds is still in the Windows Store offer,
All games sold in the Epic Games Store should also be offered in the Humble Bundle (as a third-party platform).
Furthermore, it was revealed that the games offered for free at the Epic Games Store Subnautica and Slime Rancher have downloaded over 4.5 million times. The store front man also told GDC that Metro Exodus sales at the Epic Games Store were 2.5 times higher than Metro's Last Light Steam sales. Further details have not been mentioned.
After the successful launch of The Division 2, Ubisoft and Epic Games announced an extension of their partnership that will bring several "important PC versions of future games" to Epic Games Store – along with Uplay. Details will be announced soon. "The old Ubisoft games" will also be included in Epic's free game program.