It apparently doesn't take much to sell your soul to the devil.

Another document from the ongoing Epic Games v. Apple case surfaced today that sheds some light on how much money some studios got for offering their game for free on the Epic Games Store. Revealed were the first nine months of free games offered through the Epic Games Store, how many free entitlements were given, the total buyout price that Epic paid, how many new accounts were made during the free period, and the price per entitlement that Epic paid.

Featured are the first nine months to September 2019. Again, these are only the free games that were offered up on a weekly basis. This list was first shared by Simon Carless on Twitter.

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Obviously there is a lot to take in here. First off, it seems as though some studios really know how to negotiate for better terms when compared to others. You may also notice that Epic Games apparently did not pay anything for Metro: 2033 Redux. It is assumed that their payment for the free copies was included elsewhere, perhaps in the exclusivity deal for Metro Exodus.