Since last August, there has been a lot of news related to Epic Games that we published in iPhone News, right after the company moved ￼ignore Apple Store guidelines (and from the Play Store) ￼ and add an alternative payment system to that offered by Apple.
The latest lawsuit against the company run by Tim Sweeney, according to Bloomberg, is in the lawsuit Epic Games will bring against Apple and Google in the UK, so Fortnite may be available in stores
The problem is that Epic has already found the refusal of an American judge, when he requested that the application be available again in the App Store, this new request is therefore very unlikely to be successful.
Since Epic will file the first lawsuit against Apple, the Cupertino-based company has deleted Epic’s developer account, so it is no longer possible to download the game among all the users who had downloaded it before its disposal. If you still have it installed, you can continue playing in the same season the game was left in, the second of Chapter 2.
Since the start of the disputes between the two companies, the only one to have made a move in this regard is Apple. For a little over a month, the developers who bill less than 1 million dollars (already handing over the commission to Apple), saw the percentage that Apple stays with 15% reduced, a move that affects 98% of all apps and games available in the App Store.