The Epic Games Store is live with its first batch of exclusive games and the first two freebie announcements.
Remedy calls Control a "major achievement", Vanguard has a first internally playable development version.
In an unprecedented move, Remedy Entertainment has decided to get rid of Control's default offline mode, as well as adding DRM post-launch.
While Epic Exclusivity deals have been shrouded in mystery so far, we've now got an idea of what they might actually cost. Remedy Entertainment got a hefty €10M for Control.
If you thought Remedy was done with Control, boy have we got good news for you. Namely, there are at least two more DLCs on the way, alongside free content updates.