Any games you purchase that are $14.99 or above, Epic will be providing an additional $10 off!
Epic's first "Mega Sale", launched yesterday, is causing some pricing and availability hiccups for a few publishers. Games from Ubisoft are not there, either - it is probably because of some issues with the interaction between the Epic Games Store and Uplay. Be sure to check back each week for new free game offers. If the company is greedy, then this is just the ideal solution - there is a discount, sales have increased, but the store pays a discount.
Vampire: The Masquerade- Bloodlines 2 was announced quite recently, with a release date set for early 2020. This is great to avoid any potential confusion about exactly how much is being taken off the price of a game, and why. It is a pretty impressive sale, publishers and developers are selling their games at a discounted price of anywhere up to 75% off.
Epic's recent mega sale forcibly discounted every game on the storefront over $15. It looks like Paradox wasn't too pleased about Vampire: The Masquerade- Bloodlines 2 being included in this, so the game has been pulled from purchase during the sale. It's also not possible to browse these games through the Epic Games client. The corrected sale price is still a 25% discount off of the original price point. "The game will return to the store soon!"
Indeed, publishers may also feel there's a danger that folks could be persuaded to buy the discounted PC version now, rather than a full-price console version at launch (for those who own multiple gaming platforms). I'd guess thatit has to do with devaluing games (or the perception of them being devalued) before they're out. Digital distributors exist in a odd legal space, with Steam becoming a quietly popular alternative platform for gamers and developers during China's game freeze. "To all our players, thank you for your patience and understanding around this".