I’m playing my new game, reading a lengthy EULA.
Most of it seems the same old, “don’t be a dick”, “game may go away at any time”, but
“You may not post material that … reflects adversely on the name, reputation or goodwill of Avalanche Studios”
seems a bit broad to me (IANAL). I mean, it could be argued that posting “There have been a number of long-standing bugs” is reflecting adversely on the name and reputation. Meh.
(Also, on a more personal note, I’m mildly weirded out by vikings forbidding me to “promote intoxication.” )
“You will not exploit any bug” also seems ridiculously broad. “Do not help yourself to paid content for free” is a valid concern of course, but for many other things, it may not even be obvious whether something is a bug or intended behavior.
“We reserve the right … to monitor disputes between you and other users.” Not unusual, but we all wanted to know whether it’s in there.
“[agreement may be modified at any time]” Dito.
“you are strictly prohibited from … Use of your own or third-party software to modify any content appearing within the Game” Technically, this would probably already cover the “remove HUD / motion blur / …” mods that I’ve seen kicking about. Wish that’d been phrased in a way that sounds less like overreach.
But again, IANAL.
(But I still read agreements before I sign/click.)