I'm not sure if you all heard, but recently Valve officially announced their % of the take, as well as a new rule that if you sell more than 8 million dollars, they will drop the cut to 25%. Now, I'm sure the odds we make a game that sells 8 million dollars is very low, but today this just dropped: https://www.rockpapershotgun.com/20...m-rival-store-cutting-a-better-deal-for-devs/ Seems Epic games is opening a new store, and only takes 12% of the cut. So what do you all think about these changes? Do you think this will be good for us devs, or make it worse as we will have to make builds for many platforms now? And do you think epic games new platform might put some pressure on steam to either lower the cut, or moderate better what games they accept (or both)?