Baby steps.
Epic Games Store

Epic staff must've been crunching extra hard these past few weeks, because some much needed functionality has finally come to the Epic Games Store. Today, the company announced that they have added Cloud Save support for even more games. There was a small trial for Cloud Saves tested out a little while back, but more titles are now supported.

Cloud Saves aren't enabled for every game, but 17 games now have Cloud Save functionality. These 17 games do not include any of the Ubisoft games because those Cloud Saves are handled via Uplay. Universal support for Cloud Saves is still not supported on the Epic Games Store. Games that are not yet supported may be supported in the future as the feature is gradually rolled out.

Epic also rolled out a new look for their product pages today. This update promises to offer "visual and informational improvements to your favorite titles." Some of those improvements include more detailed descriptions, better release date visibility, and additional images and videos if the publisher includes them.

Finally, today's update also includes keyless activation for games purchased through Humble Bundle. You have to link your Epic Games account to your Humble account for this feature to work. Full details on this and the other features can be found on the Epic website.

Other features, like game pre-loads, covering transaction fees for many payment services, in-home streaming, universal controller support, and the like are still but a mere pipedreams at present.

We’ve added Cloud Save support for the following games over the past month:
  • Alan Wake
  • Close to the Sun
  • Darksiders III
  • Enter the Gungeon
  • Genesis Alpha One
  • GNOG
  • Hyperlight Drifter
  • Kingdom New Lands
  • Limbo
  • Moonlighter
  • Mutant Year Zero
  • Overcooked
  • Rebel Galaxy Outlaw
  • Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter
  • The Sinking City
  • This War Of Mine
  • World War Z