Everyone should remember that right now all we have is people throwing numbers around...;) It remains to be seen if Epic (or anyone else) can provide the services that GOG and Steam have been providing for years--and at a fraction of the cost these services provide. Competition is great and I'm all for it--but the fact is that soon Epic will have to put up or shut up...;) I put it that way, really, as I see this recent announcement on the part of Epic as pretty much a colossal blunder--similar to Epic's departure from the hardware and the communities of people who put Epic on the map--people gaming with PCs (instead of consoles.) Epic just walked off and has now returned since the x86 PC architecture has devoured everything else in sight except the mobile market--itself way behind technically...;) Epic *had* to come back, etc.
But why not do the intelligent thing and get all your ducks in a row, get everything up, running, and working, and *then* make your undercutting announcement? Because really, as far as anyone knows, Epic may be doing nothing except making a lot of noise just to wrangle much cheaper rates from Steam for its software. We shall see...;)
It is well known universally that I do not make mistakes--so, if you should happen across an error in that which I have written, please be assured that *I* did not write it!...:)