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Epic adds Cloud Saves to 17 games, refreshes product pages, brings special patch optimization and more

Epic Games has announced some of the improvements that it made to its store. According to the company, more than 17 games now support Cloud Saves. Furthermore, the team has refreshed the product pages of all games with visual and informational improvements.

Going into more details, the games that currently support Cloud Saves on the Epic Games Store are: Alan Wake, Close to the Sun, Darksiders III, Enter the Gungeon, Genesis Alpha One, GNOG, Hyperlight Drifter, Kingdom New Lands, Limbo, Moonlighter, Mutant Year Zero, Overcooked, Rebel Galaxy Outlaw, Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter, The Sinking City, This War Of Mine and World War Z. Moreover, all of Ubisoft’s games support Cloud Saves via UPLAY.

Epic is currently working with the developers of other released games to test cloud saves, and will be enabling more games over time. In addition, upcoming games that support Cloud Saves will have them enabled at launch.

On the other hand, the new product pages offer beefier game descriptions. They also offer better release date visibility for upcoming titles, and allow for additional imagery and videos.

Epic is also in the final stages of rolling out special patch optimization for developers. The optimization reduces patch download sizes significantly. Not only that, but a new look and design are coming to your game libraries. Also, a new playtime tracking feature is right around the corner.

Last but not least, Epic has launched a keyless integration with Humble Bundle and Humble Store. You can link your Epic Games account to your Humble account, enabling you to purchase games directly from the Humble store without requiring a redemption key.

You can find more about the upcoming features of the Epic Games Store here.

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