The impression is that we will still see many: since at the beginning of August Epic Games challenged Apple to free itself from the commissions to be paid to Cupertino for every purchase of users in Fortnite, the clash has never hinted to lessen. Indeed: it is open war. And if at the beginning it was Epic who attacked, with its media campaign to the sound of Orwellian trailers, now it is Apple that takes the counterattack. In fact, in court he asked for damages to the software house, accusing it very harshly of playing an undue role of Robin Hood, when in reality it is only a question of optimizing the earnings on the sale of virtual currencies, which can only be spent within Fortnite.
Fortnite is currently still playable on those iOS devices where it was already installed: but the skirmishes do not stop even in this sense. Epic Games itself reports that Apple, starting September 11, will proceed to deactivate the "Log in with Apple" function for all Epic titles, used by many users to log in to their account securely. A measure that, out of the blue, could have the effect of "closing out" millions of players.
Apple will no longer allow users to sign into Epic Games accounts using “Sign In with Apple” as soon as September 11, 2020. If you used “Sign In with Apple”, please make sure your email and password are up to date. https://t.co/4XZX5g0eaf
– Epic Games Store (@EpicGames) September 9, 2020
At the same time, Epic Games has published a FAQ (you can find it at the link in SOURCE) with all the instructions to continue logging in on Fortnite without depending on the function disabled by Apple, if it were the one used. Anyone who uses "Sign in with Apple" and does not update their reference e-mail address and password (of the Epic account) by 11 September, the day on which Apple's measures will take effect, will in fact lose the possibility to login.
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