This one is a few days old, but bears mentioning. At the 2019 Games Developer Conference Steve Allison, head of the Epic Games Store made the bold claim that the Epic store and their policy of pursuing exclusives was a resounding success, pointing to the fact that Metro Exodus had sold more copies than Last Light did during its launch on Steam. He seems to be forgetting that the PC Game industry is undergoing a renaissance, and is much larger today than it was only 6 years ago when Last Light launched, and that it received nowhere near the pre-launch hype that Exodus has, ever since it was announced that it would be an open world game set in the Metro universe. I'm willing to wager that as much of a sales success as Metro Exodus has been thus far, it pales in comparison to what it would have been like without the Epic exclusive debacle. Anyone else?