Samsung takes a hit on Apple in an “Epic” mode; Here’s what happens

This year, the tech industry experienced major confusion between iPhone maker Apple and Fortnite developer Epic Games, which eventually led to the removal of Fortnite from the Apple App Store. In the past, Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney has talked about Apple developers twisting their arms at will. And now, the company has teamed up with Samsung to do an indirect blow to Apple.

Samsung and Epic Games have teamed up to send a gift package to online influencers that contain a free personalized Fortnite jacket with an Apple-inspired logo and packaging. All this comes in addition to a Galaxy Tab S7 tablet.

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There is also a note inside which he reads.


Fortnite has been named Samsung Galaxy Store Game of the Year for 2020. As a holiday, we have teamed up with Samsung to send you a special box of #FreeFortnite equipment.

Although Fortnite may not be currently available in the App Store or Google Play, you can still get the latest Fortnite updates directly from the Epic Games app in the Galaxy Store. Spread the word. #FreeFortnite.

The Epic Games team

For Samsung, this partnership with Epic seems profitable in two ways. First, it allows them to mock Apple, which is considered one of its rivals in the technology industry. And secondly, it also acts as a selling point for Galaxy smartphones.

For those who don’t know, Fortnite is also not available in the Google Play Store. However, it can be downloaded from the Samsung Galaxy App Store, which is only available through Samsung phones.

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It’s not the first time Epic has tried to challenge Apple. During the Fortnite tour in August, he distributed the same free hat with the Fortnite logo, along with a new jacket in the same rainbow color scheme and type phase, reminiscent of the classic Apple rainbow logo. The company also created a parody video of Apple’s “1984” Mac commercial.

All this is happening while both companies are fighting in court.