Apple Claims That Epic Games is Using the Lawsuit to ‘Revive the Flagging Interest in Fortnite’
Apple vs. Epic Games is going to court next month. Still, Apple has decided to take the lead by submitting a 500-page document that talks about all the findings, arguments, and the conclusion on the situation that is going on. Aside from everything else, the document also highlights Epic Games' "Project Liberty," which serves the purpose of portraying Apple as the villain here.
Apple raised a point about how Epic Games has made over $700 from Fortnite being on the App Store for almost 2 years, and after that time, the company has decided to come up with the strategy that paints Apple as the "bad guy" in this situation. Apple has also talked about how "Epic just wants to free-ride" on its various innovations and how it uses the lawsuit against Apple to "revive the flagging interest in Fortnite."