Microsoft Lowering Its Store Commission

Speaking of 30% game store commissions, GamesIndustry.biz says Microsoft is lowering its take of revenue from games sold on its store. Like Steam, Microsoft's commission has been 30%, but it will now drop to 12%, matching Epic's rake from the Epic Games Store:
Beginning August 1, Microsoft will reduce its take of net revenues on its PC gaming storefront from 30% to 12%.

"Game developers are at the heart of bringing great games to our players, and we want them to find success on our platforms," Xbox Game Studios head Matt Booty said, adding, "A clear, no-strings-attached revenue share means developers can bring more games to more players and find greater commercial success from doing so."