Where can I find a default EULA for my project or is the example language on the commercial guidelines page available if it is legally sufficient for my purposes? I also notice for steam the EULA is not agreed to in the game but on the steam store. Any direction would help on the EULA process between steam and epic. Thanks.
If you're asking for a template to base your EULA on, I'll leave that to the community as I can't give you legal advice. You might start by looking at EULAs of games you respect and have a sense that they know what they're doing.
The UE4 EULA does require that your EULA provide certain protections for Epic, and you can find that language in the 2nd link of this page.
I believe Steam lets you use your own EULA if you want.
answered May 03 '16 at 09:02 PM
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