Remember when Epic Games flew the Xbox 360 flag with Gears of War? Those were the days. Now we get Paragon (open beta), a not-bad MOBA; Fortnite (alpha), a base-building survival game in development for six years now; and a new, somewhat openly developed Unreal Tournament (pre-alpha).
Oh, and one other game, just announced: Battle Breakers. A turn-based tactical role-playing game for mobiles and PC, with cross-platform play.
Battle Breakers looks like typical mobile fare, with your team's heroes stood on hex grids on your side, facing off against enemies standing on hex grids on their side. There's an anime style and tone to the whole thing, with loud noises and flashy abilities. Do I sound old yet?
Epic is still beavering away making the new Unreal Tournament, a game first announced in May 2014.
UPDATE: Microsoft has responded to Tim Sweeney's Guardian piece, insisting its Universal Windows Platform is "a fully open ecosystem".
It's been a funny few years for Epic Games. A generation ago it was firing on all cylinders: Gears of War struck like a thunderbolt in 2006, followed by everyone and their dog licensing Unreal Engine 3. Then there was the incredible success of Infinity Blade on mobile devices. I, and probably you, sat eager for what big new game would come next.
UPDATE 5/3/15 10.20am: Epic has released a full gameplay trailer for its new Unreal Tournament, showing off a number of the game's guns in action.
We saw the new Unreal Tournament in boxy prototype form in a video in May. A couple of months later, in a new video, it resembles a proper game.
There's still loads to do but textures are there, weapons are implemented, a couple of levels are up and running and - crucially - deathmatch works, the team explained.
There are daily playtests and the video shows exactly that, with various team-members calling out game ideas as they play.
Unreal Tournament developer Epic has shown off a new in-engine glimpse at how the upcoming game may look.
This video appears to be the first footage of the new Unreal Tournament game in action.
The next Unreal Tournament title - simply called Unreal Tournament - will be free on PC, Mac and Linux, Epic announced today in a Twitch Livestream.