The Epic Games Store is a store where you can purchase games from Epic – that much is self-explanatory. But it seems that Epic’s ambitions as a PC storefront aren’t ending there. Now they’re starting to provide non-gaming software, too, starting with Spotify. You can get the music app via Epic starting today. “Spotify is among the first non-game applications being offered on the Epic Games Store,” the company says in a press release, “and you can expect more in the future. We’ll continue to work with partners to continue to grow the store’s offerings for our players and create a more robust platform for developers.” Since you can’t get Spotify on Steam, does that technically make it an Epic exclusive? Steam already hosts plenty of non-gaming software, but nothing quite so ubiquitous as Spotify. Spotify has been quite publicly angry about the state of the Apple App Store, alongside Epic, so if you were a conspiratorial sort, you might think that this is part of Epic’s larger move to make itself an alternative to existing software marketplaces.
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