Lets not turn this into a endless debate. The point has gotten over a lot of people's heads here. Let me make it clear, there is nothing wrong with offering bad games or games you are not interested in. In fact every platform has bad games or games that people aren't interested in, that's not the problem here. The problem here is that while Epic store snatches games from Steam, all Steam is doing is offering nothing worth playing in return.
You know what is worse than a bad game? Is a broken, Unfinished game and offensive games. Sure Offensive games might be excluded to some people that's okay, but what about the majority of mess that gets allowed in, hoping to snatch some poor fellows money on a game that you cannot even finish, leaving bad tastes in peoples mouths. Why do we want broken unfinished games on Steam selling at high prices? I certainty don't. Epic is cleaning up there act while buying exclusivity and Steam is doing what exactly?
In other words, while Epic game customers get to play Outer Worlds on release, Steam owners get to play some unfinished Green Light game. That's my problem with the system atm. There is nothing wrong with quality control, even just a little.
A player having the ability to make their own choices always trumps a company trying to moneyhat their way into the industry. MS learned that lesson this gen, too.