The Epic Games Store has introduced wishlist support, enabling users to track games they want to buy.
“To start, we’ll be adding filtering and smart searching of items you’ve added to your wishlist,” it says
“In future iterations, we plan to add email notifications when your wishlisted titles are discounted, or change status (such as a launch, or becoming available for pre-purchase).”
According to the Epic Games Store development roadmap, features “coming next” include mod support, the introduction of an algorithmically driven trending category, and the addition of self-service refunds without having to contact player support.
Epic no longer includes anticipated delivery times for upcoming features.
The Epic Games Store will give away three free games later this week. Anodyne 2: Return To Dust, Mutazione, and A Short Hike will be free to download from March 12 at 1am ET / 8am PT / 4pm UK.
Epic said in mid-January that the Epic Games Store had amassed 108 million PC customers who had spent $680 million since the storefront launched in December 2018.