- Mar 10, 2015
- 1,443 (0.96/day)
|Processor||4770K @ Stock|
|Motherboard||MSI Z97 Gaming 7|
|Memory||16GB DDR3 2400|
|Video Card(s)||Vega 56|
|Storage||Samsung 840 Pro 256GB|
|Display(s)||3440 x 1440|
|Power Supply||Seasonic 750 Watt Gold|
I sent a request to Epic Support for any and all data they've collected on me - which from my understanding of the GDPR, they are legally obligated to provide. We'll see what they respond with, I guess. Considering that the only thing I've ever used the launcher for is installing Fortnite thinking I might try it out one day, they really shouldn't have much.
I think this is the worst myth. That people are powerless. They aren't.
Apologies for the derail.
I am tempted to install it and log my traffic with Wireshark to see what they are doing with it. At least you could setup some outbound firewall rules to block traffic that is detected to be likely related to Epic.