Do I lose access to my game after my Unreal Engine 4 Subscription Has Ended?
As previously stated in another post, I'm really intrigued by what Epic has to offer with Unreal Engine 4, but my one issue is how the subscription service might work. If my subscription ends, does that mean I lose access to all my work or do I just lose publishing access?
asked Mar 19 '14 at 06:17 PM in Legal & Licensing
No. You can keep what you have for as long as you want. You lose the ability to receive update but we don't take away what you have.
Do I have to worry about a billing contract or penalties for cancelling my subscription? Your subscription payment automatically recurs, but you’re free to cancel at any time. There’s no penalty for cancellation.
When you cancel your subscription, you won’t receive access to future releases of Unreal Engine 4,
answered Mar 19 '14 at 06:22 PM
What services are you loosing, except for software updates, when your subscription is inactive ?
In other words, would someone have reasons not to re-enable his subscription only once every 4-5 months to get the latest updates ? What would that person lose in between subscriptions ?
I guess maybe access to the marketplace, to some source files, or some documentation ?
answered Mar 19 '14 at 08:10 PM
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