The Epic Games store’s August update introduces cloud saves for more titles and Humble Bundle keyless integration, while giving product pages a facelift.
Cloud saves were introduced for a couple of titles in July ahead of the feature’s wider rollout, and this week’s update has added support for 15 more games:
- Alan Wake
- Close to the Sun
- Darksiders III
- Enter the Gungeon
- Genesis Alpha One
- Hyperlight Drifter
- Kingdom New Lands
- Mutant Year Zero
- Rebel Galaxy Outlaw
- Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter
- The Sinking City
- This War Of Mine
- World War Z
Additionally, all Ubisoft games have supported cloud saves since launch through Uplay integration.
“We’re working with the developers of other released games to test cloud saves, and will be enabling more games over time,” Epic says. “Upcoming games that support Cloud Saves will have them enabled at launch.”
August’s Epic Games store update also includes redesigned product pages and enables users to link their Epic and Humble accounts, meaning they can purchase games through Humble without requiring a redemption key.
Automatic cloud saves were previously scheduled to launch in May, but their introduction was delayed along with several other features.
The Epic Games store feature roadmap provides an overview of what’s currently being worked on or planned, as well as target launch dates.
For example, headline additions targeted for release in the next 4-6 months include wishlists, mod support and a user review system, although Epic says all features and timings are subject to change.
Hyper Light Drifter and Mutant Year Zero are currently free to download from the Epic Games store until August 22, when they’ll be replaced by Polytron’s celebrated 2D puzzle platformer Fez.