One can't say that the release of the PC version of Dead Island went unnoticed this week. For some odd reason, it seems a dev version was accidentally released and it took a few days for the game to be patched. It did not prevent players from complaining about the fact that it was merely just a console port, with no standard options like V-sync, anti-aliasing, etc. Using your Nvidia or ATI pannel can help fix such details, editing the game's video file but that's not particularly user friendly. Despite all this, the game is still a lot of fun and it is full of content. My biggest grudge is with the pop-up issues that feel completely outdated. Other than that, the game is clearly worth it to anyone who likes the survival horror genre. Here is a 1080p video in 60 fps (minus a few hiccups due to Fraps) to give you an idea of what to expect.
Its really no different to any other third party/first party partnership that screws over the other consoles in some way or another. (2 Hours ago)
@droezelke: of course they agree'd to it. There was likely money involved which again makes business sense for epic to agree to those terms if it means being on the console with the most users. (2 Hours ago)
@KORNdog: but folks who bought fortnite content on PC, then linked that epic account to their PSN, are, without warning, locked out of using that same epic account on Switch or XbO. (2 Hours ago)