Mojang recently made one of the most significant changes to Minecraft’s EULA (End User License Agreement) guidelines. These rules and regulations apply to every player and content creator that interacts with anything Mojang owns, i.e., all their games. These guidelines were simple but did not affect the playerbase or the content creator community. However, the new changes to it might.
Here are some of the most significant changes the community needs to know about the new EULA.
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Every important point about the new Minecraft EULA and Guidelines by Mojang
These are some of the most essential guidelines posted by Mojang on their official website. Here, they set up some ground rules about what players should not do:
- Do not do anything or include anything that makes people think that what you share could be interpreted as official or approved by, endorsed by, associated with, supported by, or connected to us.
- Do not be unlawful, deceptive, obscene, harmful, or abusive.
- Do not do anything that would harm or damage our name, brand, or assets.
- Do not redistribute our games or make any alterations to our games or game files.
- Do not make commercial use or commercially exploit anything that we have made unless these guidelines say it’s okay.
- Do not give access to anything we’ve made in a way that is…
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