A 222-page court document was recently shared during the trial between Epic Games and Apple. In this piece, it was revealed that Epic has previously offered to pay Sony $200 million to bring four Playstation games to PC ports only available on the Epic Games Store.
“The document notes Epic was waiting for a response from Sony and that the offer was ‘$200 MG + for 4-6 titles.’ Unfortunately, there is not much information as to what the deal between Epic and Sony consisted of and whether or not an exclusivity deal was mentioned to have these PC ports available only on Epic Games Store,” writes IGN‘s Taylor Lyles.
The court document revealed Epic Games had plans to get both Microsoft and Nintendo involved with the Epic Games Store. However, little information is known about the company’s approach at this time.
(All information was provided by IGN)
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