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Unity Clarifies Controversial 'Runtime Fee' Decision Amid Game Developer Backlash

Unity, a leading game development platform, has faced backlash for introducing a "runtime fee" that requires game developers to pay a fixed amount each time a player installs their Unity Engine-built game. This fee applies once a game makes over $200,000 in 12 months and has at least 200,000 lifetime installs. Developers voiced concerns about potential misuse, as malicious installs could burden them with costs. They also worry about charges related to charity bundles and subscription services like Xbox Game Pass. Unity clarified its stance, indicating that it won't charge for malicious installs and plans to exempt charity bundles.


However, developers remain apprehensive about these changes, as they impact their trust in Unity's licensing terms. The fees are set to take effect on January 1st, causing uncertainty for developers committed to Unity for their ongoing projects.
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