@GoldenJoel I expect that Steam will make a token change that isn’t blatantly a response to Epic to gain some goodwill traction (which will likely backfire into additional criticism), then wait to see how their metrics change before making anything significant. Epic has a shot and are obviously willing to put their weight into bringing the store along fast, but they could also fizzle in a few months and be a non-player within a year and Valve would have let go of revenue for no reason.
(Of course, I’m thinking in terms of business, not humanity. I don’t know Valve well, so maybe people with a heart will overrule the wallet and they will just make a change because they should)
With the Epic Store, Netflix and others opting out of Apple and Google Play’s monetization, maybe we’re seeing the beginning of the end of the 30% store cuts.