The Epic Games Store has been busy in the last few days, revealing that Rocket League developer Psyonix has joined their family, and now Epic has released an update detailing what's going on after April wrapped up, the biggest month so far for the Epic Games Store.
World War Z has managed to sell over 320,000 copies on the platform so far, with 250,000 coming in its first week, and Satisfactory has managed to be Coffee Stain's best PC launch to date. Anno 1800 and Metro Exodus also had the best launches in their series' history, and the latter is actually the top-grossing Epic Games Store title.
With good news also comes word of a delay though, as the roadmap for Epic Games Store features that was revealed last year has changed, with features targeted for April moved to May and June, since "development efforts have focused on supporting online features required for new game launches."
We also find out that Metro Exodus, Dangerous Driving, and pre-orders for Borderlands 3 are now available on the Humble Store as well, coming as a result of the Humble Bundle and Epic partnership revealed at the Game Developer Conference (GDC).
To end the post we hear that 25 million free game installs have come about as a result of the free game being offered every two weeks, and "we will continue to support developers and publishers in releasing awesome games for free throughout 2019."
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