Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 20 Mar 2018.
Fortnight must have made a truly cartoonish amount of money to allow Epic to simply write off several years of work and £10-ish million worth of investment.
Good for Epic, even better for Epic for them to take what they wrote off and release it for free. I expect to see a Paragon resurrected type game in short order, then lot's and lots and lots of mods. Plus a lot of Steam Greenlight asset flips, because that's the world we live in.
Well done Epic. Unreal 4 is a great engine and giving away assets to indie devs is a great way to help make their games look a little more professional if they lacked the modelling and artistic experience.
well the mobile version raked in ~$1m in 3 days... and that's bearing in mind it's iOS only and invite-only atm...
FWIW I liked Paragon, but I'm not surprised that it struggled for reasons i've elaborated on elsewhere on the forums.
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