Epic has published a timeline of features it plans to bring to its online store over the next few months via a public Trello board.

The timeline includes features that the company plans to introduce in the near future, such as 'Improvements to Offline Mode' and cloud saves, which are targeted for April and May respectively. Other improvements in the short term include 'improved patch sizes' and the ability to search via genre and tag. Further out, it seems user reviews and wishlists are on the agenda, along with price adjusting bundles and additional payment options. These are targeted for launch within the next 'four to six months' according to the timetable.

Achievements are pencilled in for more than six months time as is a 'social overhaul' while features that don't have an ETA yet include Gifting, Automated Refunds and an Android version of the store. If you want to see the whole thing, you can read it here.

The Epic Games store has made some waves since its launch just a few months ago, grabbing fairly signifcant exclusives such as Metro Exodus and today's release of Tom Clancy's The Division 2.


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