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If you’re a gamer, you know that linking your gaming accounts across various systems is the way to go. This can be done with your Epic Games account as well. However, there isn’t currently an app supporting Epic Games that is also PS4-compatible.
If you want to link your Epic Games account to your PlayStation Network account, it’s still possible — you’ll just need to do so on the Epic Games website. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to link the two.
How to link an Epic Games account to a PS4
1. On a computer, go to the Epic Games website and sign in to your account.
2. Hover your cursor over your username in the upper right corner of the screen so that a dropdown menu appears. In the dropdown menu, click on “Account.”
From November 11-December 31, 2020, new subscribers can enjoy two months of Disney+ with any real-money offer in Fortnite
Today, Epic announces a special offering for Fortnite players. From November 11 through December 31, 2020, Fortnite players age 18+ who make a real-money purchase in-game and who are new subscribers to Disney+ can receive up to two months of service in participating territories across North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand where Disney+ is available. This latest announcement continues the long-standing relationship between Epic Games and Disney and paves the way for exciting future collaboration and crossovers.
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In addition to being the home of Disney, Marvel, Pixar, Star Wars, and National Geographic, Disney+ also features “The Simpsons” library, “Hamilton,” and more! Fortnite’s latest season brings the Lore, Legends, Heroes, and Villains from Marvel —
Without releasing a single game, Apple is one of the largest gaming companies in the world, simply by taking a cut of all transactions on its ubiquitous platform, the iPhone.
But what kicked off as a skirmish months ago when Apple banned Microsoft’s xCloud iOS app offering access to games outside its App Store has evolved into a legal war with Epic Games over its popular battle royale, Fortnite, and a fight to maintain its generous slice of the entire industry — one that has caught the attention of regulators in the U.S. and the European Union.
In a preliminary injunction hearing between Epic Games and Apple on September 28, Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California recommended that Apple and Epic Games consider a trial by public jury. Ultimately, Epic and Apple agreed that Epic’s claims and Apple’s counterclaims should
Apple’s claims of theft in Epic’s lawsuit against the company over App Store rules have been argued against by the game developer once again, with a Friday filing putting forward the idea that Epic didn’t “steal” anything from Apple at all.
The latest filing in the ongoing legal battle between Epic Games and Apple over “Fortnite” and monetization in the App Store features more accusations by Epic that it is innocent of claims by Apple that it was failing to fulfill contractual commitments. Instead, Epic asserts that Apple’s theft claims are absurd when applied to purchases made through its own servers.
The lawsuit covers a number of topics, but largely boils down to whether Epic should be allowed to take payments related to the iOS game through its own payment mechanism, bypassing the App Store’s own transaction system that Apple mandates apps like “Fortnite” must use. Apple tossed
Epic Games is the company behind the world-popular “Fortnite,” but it also has its own store with hundreds of games for sale.
Games purchased from the Epic Games store automatically appear in your library for download. But if you purchase a copy of a game from a third-party supplier, you’ll need to redeem the product key that comes with it in the Epic Games Store to play it. This shows you’ve actually purchased the game.
The product key, or code, is typically sent to your email if you buy a digital copy online, while codes for physical purchases are normally found on the back of the case or in the manual.
You can only redeem a product code once, so first make sure you’re signed into the correct Epic Games account. Otherwise, the game will be bound to the wrong account forever.
Epic Games fired back against Apple yet again in a new court filing, saying the iPhone maker “has no rights to the fruits of Epic’s labor,” the latest salvo in the ongoing battle between the two companies.
A quick recap: Back in August, Epic introduced a new direct-payment system in its wildly popular Fortnite game to bypass Apple’s 30 percent fee. Apple kicked Fortnite off the App Store for breaking its rules, and Epic responded with a civil lawsuit against Apple, alleging that Apple was violating antitrust law. Epic also revealed that Apple threatened to terminate the developer account used to support the company’s Unreal Engine platform, which would prevent Epic from developing future games for iOS or Mac.
Earlier this month, US District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers granted an injunction that prevents Apple from retaliating against Unreal Engine, but