I also have one, and I have never been asked to accept agreements. Here`s what it means and what fans should do when they get the message in Fortnite. It`s for my son who plays Fortnite someone got an end-user license from Fortnite and what did you all do? Does he agree or does he not agree? pic.twitter.com/Ux1aWSFvSl It`s probably something like – you updated the game – that accepts the updated terms or something interesting because my kids didn`t have access to their computers for the last 3 days, so they couldn`t “accept anything” even if they were asked to do so. What is really interesting is that my children`s mailboxes receive these 2 “acceptance” emails yesterday. Fortnite end user license agreement is a message that fans can see when they try to launch a game. Like many other conditions, there is a huge wall of text that might be too much to read, and fans don`t know if they should accept or refuse. Players should accept and they will be able to play Fortnite right after. Or they just changed the system a little bit and no change in conditions was actually made, but it rolls like a “memory” of types, every time you update the game or something so or I find it strange, even though I`ve never “accepted” anything recently It`s unknown why the message might appear to some fans at once, unless it`s the first time players start Fortnite, but the EULA message is very simple. He basically explains that Epic Games will not be refunded for V-Bucks purchases, and he has the right to ban accounts found during the sale of V-Bucks and so on.
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