Epic may have pulled the dates off its Trello development board for its digital storefront, but that doesn’t mean the company has stopped pushing forward. The Epic Games Store has a few new features, which are highlighted in a recent update. First off, there are now new ways to view your library in the launcher. Your library is now searchable and can be viewed as a list, sorted either alphabetically or by last played. You can also opt to only show games you have installed, which could come in particularly handy if you’ve been taking advantage of the free games Epic has been handing out every couple weeks since December last year. Another nice addition is improved patch sizes – or in other words, smaller patches. If you’re a Fortnite player, you’re probably used to getting sizable patches pretty frequently, and cutting down on the amount of time you need to spend downloading updates is welcome, particularly for players who don’t have access to particularly high-speed internet. Epic says this is being accomplished by providing new optimization tools for its partners, and by using those tools itself, Epic was able to reduce the size of a large Fortnite seasonal patch from 6.79 GB to 2.03 GB.
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