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The CEO behind 'Fortnite' used to be one of Microsoft's fiercest critics. Now, he explains why he thinks it's a 'new company' under CEO Satya Nadella

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney used to be one of Microsoft's harshest critics - in 2016, he penned an op-ed in the Guardian lambasting Microsoft for what he saw as a power grab to take full control of the PC.
Now, he's singing the praises of Microsoft, which he calls a "new company" under CEO Satya Nadella : "The new leadership at Microsoft has been an incredibly good partner to the PC ecosystem," he tells Business Insider.
Sweeney says that Microsoft's commitment to openness on augmented reality, which could be the next big thing in computing, is "going to make it very hard for any closed...
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