Epic Games’ ever-popular ‘Support-A-Creator’ program in Fortnite: Battle Royale is set to be available in Ubisoft’s ‘The Division 2.’

On January 9, it was announced by Epic Games’ Sergey Galyonkin that the incredibly successful Support-A-Creator feature will be present in the upcoming release of ‘The Division 2‘ by Ubisoft.

The Division 2, which is set to officially release on March 15, 2019, will be available on the Epic Games Store, and will not be accessible on Steam.

It was also revealed that Epic Games and Ubisoft will partner on ‘additional select titles’ in the future.

The Division 2 will utilize the popular ‘Support-A-Creator’ feature.

Support-A-Creator was initially released by Epic Games in Fortnite for a limited time as a way for various content creators to earn money based on community support.

Fortnite fans and players are able to enter their favorite creator’s ‘tag’ in the Item Shop while purchasing skins or other cosmetic items, which, in turn, the creator will receive payment from Epic based on the amount of V-Bucks spent.

According to Galyonkin, all games and titles on the Epic Games store will be part of the Support-A-Creator platform.

More information on the upcoming partnership between Epic Games and Ubisoft for The Division 2 right here.

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