88 per cent of revenue made on the Unreal Marketplace will now go to the creators in an updated revenue-share policy.
Moving away from the more traditional 70/30 split adopted by other digital stores, Unreal Marketplace creators will now receive 88 per cent of revenue from their products. The store serves assets for Unreal Engine development, akin to the Unity Asset Store.
In some big news for creators, Epic Games also announced that the new revenue split will apply retroactively.
Developers can expect a payday to make up that 18 per cent difference on all items sold since the Marketplace launched back in 2014.
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