Video game developer Epic Games has launched self-publishing tools on its ‘Epic Games Store’ for developers and publishers. These tools allow developers and publishers to efficiently release games, maintain their store presence directly, and reach a growing audience of more than 68 million monthly active users, the company said in a blogpost on Thursday. Also Read - Epic Games launches Unreal Editor for Fortnite, Creator Economy 2.0
Developers can use the ‘Epic Developer Portal’ to release their games using the new self-service publishing tools. The new tools are available to any developer or publisher with games meeting the store’s requirements. Also Read - Epic games will launch its Unreal Editor for Fortnite on March 22
“All games onboarded to the Epic Games Store publishing tools after March 9, 2023, are required to enable Epic Games Store achievements if the game has achievements on other PC stores,” it added. Also Read - Fortnite battle royale to soon get first-person mode
Meanwhile, last month, the company launched a new mobile application called “Postparty”, which allows users to capture clips of Fortnite gameplay on PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and PC. With this app, users can watch and share the clips on social media, and can also save the clips in their mobile devices.
Epic Games recently launched a new mobile app called “Postparty”, which will allow users to capture clips of Fortnite gameplay on PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and PC.
The application comes available for both iOS and Android users. Also Read – Fortnite on iOS, Google Play will not be available to players under 18
With this, users can then watch and share the clips to social media, and can also save the clips to their mobile devices.
Users will need to Sign up to Postparty app with their Epic Games account after downloading it.