It`s for my son who plays Fortnite, someone got an end-user license agreement from Fortnite, and what did you do? Does he agree or does he disagree? pic.twitter.com/Ux1aWSFvSl I have one, and I have never been asked to accept any agreement. What`s really interesting is that my kids` mailboxes received these two “acceptance” emails yesterday. It`s unclear why the news might suddenly appear to some fans, unless it`s the first time players have launched Fortnite, but the EULA`s message is very simple. He basically explains that Epic Games does not grant refunds for V-Bucks purchases and has the right to block accounts that sell V-Bucks, etc. It`s probably something like – you updated the game – which allows you to accept the updated terms or something where they just changed the system a bit and in fact no changes were made to the conditions, but it`s introduced as a kind of “reminder” every time you update the game or something here, What this means and what fans should do if they receive the message in Fortnite. Interesting because my children have not had access to their computers in the last three days, so they could not have “accepted” anything, even if they were invited to do so. Fortnite`s end-user license is a message that fans might see if they try to launch a game. As with many other terms, there`s a huge wall of text that may be too much to read, and fans aren`t sure whether to accept or decline. Either way, I find this strange, as I`ve never “accepted” anything lately players should accept and they will be able to play Fortnite well after. .