Cyberpunk 2077 fans, torment yourselves with themed hardware

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Cyberpunk 2077 fans, torment yourselves with themed hardware

In an ideal world we'd all be playing Cyberpunk 2077 right now—it was originally down to be released just under a week ago (16 April 2020). We now won't see the game until 17 September, by which time we hopefully won't need an all-encompassing dystopian future to bury ourselves in, we'll just be electing to do so instead. Still, that hasn't stopped Microsoft, Seagate, and Steelseries from releasing Cyberpunk 2077 hardware.

Epic has also been fighting with Google over a 30 percent revenue take

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Epic has also been fighting with Google over a 30 percent revenue take

Epic famously challenged Steam's 30 percent revenue cut by introducing a store that takes 12 percent, but it's also been locked in battle with Google on the same grounds. Since its launch for Android, Fortnite has not been available on the Google Play Store due to Epic's objection to Google's 30 percent cut of in-app transactions. To circumvent the cut, Epic has opted to distribute Fortnite through an app accessible only via web browser.