They still offer no reason to use their client other than exclusives and free games. If they want to reach those heights they need a reason to choose Epic over Steam or GOG, which they don't have as far as I can tell.
They need to do a lot, to get me buying from them regularly.
To get me aboard the Epic train fully, here's some of what they need to do:
01. They're going to need to offer more $10 coupons and/or have better pricing regularly over Steam; Humble; Fanatical; and any other Digital Distributors and/or Bundle Sites.
02. More games go DRM-FREE entirely and not have a situation where Base-Game works offline-style without EGS going but the DLC gated behind requiring the client - hey, The Outer Worlds on Epic, I'm looking at you there; fix that on the DLC side.
03. More games work entirely offline like they do now w/ all DLC's without EGS Launcher running - good job, Control: Ultimate on Epic store.
04. A working offline mode and games to really support this more (since some SP-style games don't have access to work in its offline mode if they require EGS running in background)
05. More DRM-Free games for SP-style games like Shenmue 3 don't work offline there, as it doesn't work on Epic when not running EGS - you can boot the game, but it stays on a black screen.
06. User reviews, Activity Feed, and Community stuff allowed - like Steam does.
07. More Steam-like features - i.e. Remote Play Together; Big Picture Mode, Steam-Link style feature to send my EGS game over to my SamsungTV remotely; etc etc.
08. Cloud Server to send my Screenshots to over Epic, so gamers can see my progress and/or key moments in a game.
This probably ain't everything - but, here's a start. Epic, go take notes.
1. Epic Games will never get me to purchase video games from their Epic Games Store not even with $10 dollars (USD) coupons or $10 dollars (USD) cheaper video games selling on the Epic Games Store than on Steam.
2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 I 100% agree with though.
With all of that said I am sick of needing a Bethesda.net account, a Battle.net account, a Electronic Arts (EA) Origin account, a Rockstar Games Social Club account, a Ubisoft Connect account, and a SQUARE-ENIX account.
Way to many video games accounts and launchers to manage it is getting very annoying these days.
For me it is just gog.com and Steam and that is it.