Is talking about fan mods a TOU violation?

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User Info: OlorinTheOtaku

OlorinTheOtaku
6 months ago#1
I was talking about a fan-made mod for Need For Speed Most Wanted (a PC game) that lets you drive the Batmobile, but then @Emulator said that I'll "get in trouble" if I talk about such things, is this true?
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User Info: yoshifan1

yoshifan1
6 months ago#2
Does the game allow modding, normally?
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User Info: OlorinTheOtaku

OlorinTheOtaku
6 months ago#3
I don't see why not. Why wouldn't it? Its just like how fan mods work in games like GTA, Minecraft, The Elder Scrolls, ect.
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User Info: stahlbaum

stahlbaum
6 months ago#4
If it's something that would require violating a companies EULA then we would likely moderate it.

User Info: OlorinTheOtaku

OlorinTheOtaku
6 months ago#5
^
I've never seen or heard of anything to that effect & I don't see any reason why using mods would be a EULA violation.

Unless the maker of the mod is earning a profit from it or the mod is used to somehow cheat in a multiplayer game, I can't see how the developers would have any problem with it.
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