Fortnite and the recently launched Paragon aside, Epic has three games in development at the time of writing. The most intriguing is Spyjinx, a collaboration with JJ Abrams that caters to the director’s skill for vivid characterisations. Battle Breakers, meanwhile, is a turnbased mobile RPG with a collection mechanic, modelled on Japanese anime, that sees you tapping the screen to free heroes from crystals in a weird echo of Peter Molyneux’s Curiosity. There’s also a small team working on a reimagining of Unreal Tournament, Epic’s reputation-making arena shooter. The studio recently completed a wellreceived VR showcase, Robo Recall, and remains enthusiastic about the sector’s future. Worldwide creative director Donald Mustard suggests that current VR headsets are equivalent to MP3 players before the advent of iPod.