On Aug. 2, Mojang quietly made huge changes to its end-user license agreement (EULA) for Minecraft and players are furious with the amendments. The changes even saw one player deem them “full 1984” as a return to exceptionally strict content guidelines.
Mojang announced the EULA update in a blog, but it didn’t share it anywhere else, which is why some players aren’t even aware of these changes yet. This update to the EULA is the first one in three years, with the last one being launched on April 17, 2020.
The changes are being called out as “concerning,” especially by players who run Minecraft servers. In a Reddit post breaking down what all of the prominent EULA updates mean for the future of Minecraft, one player and server owner said the changes “discourage existing server owners and upcoming server owners” from wanting to play Minecraft anymore since the new guidelines give “Mojang full control over shutting down years of hard work for any reason whatsoever.”
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There are a lot of specific changes included in the updated EULA and the…
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