For decades, humans have not stopped imagining what the end of the world would be like as we know it. Of course, a zombie apocalypse is one of the most striking and bombastic theoriesWell, the idea that a virus turns us into beings hungry for guts is quite attractive. While we cross our fingers that such a catastrophic scenario never happens, Amazon is already preparing for the worst case scenario.
First, it is important to point out that the vast majority of the software that is acquired comes with terms and conditions that users must accept. These issues are largely related to privacy and legal issues. For this reason, it was noted that Amazon placed a very particular requirement for the authorities to be able to use Lumberyard, the graphics engine of New World and other company games.
The undead are the key to using Amazon’s graphics engine
How he collected the portal The Verge, Amazon has an extremely curious clause in its terms and conditions, which refers to the beginning of a zombie apocalypse.
At the bottom of page 29 of the document, Amazon provides information on licensing, distribution, collaboration, and other topics related to its Lumberyard graphics engine. Thus, in section 42.10 we can read the restrictions on its use.
Amazon emphasizes that Lumberyard materials and resources are not intended for use in medical equipment, transportation systems, aircraft control, nuclear facilities, and military-related activities involving live combat. However, these restrictions will not be in effect if you start a viral infection that leads to the fall of civilization.
Specifically, the full clause reads as follows:
“This restriction will not apply in the event of the occurrence – certified by the Centers for Disease Control of the United States or the successor body – a generalized viral infection that is transmitted through bites or contact with bodily fluids that make human corpses revive and try to consume human flesh, blood, brain or nervous tissue and it is likely to bring about the downfall of organized civilization. “
Obviously, the previous paragraph is a more than clear reference to a zombie apocalypse, which we hope never comes. Don’t you believe us? You can read the document by clicking on this link and visiting page 31.
But tell us, what do you think of this curious situation? Do you think zombie armageddon will be the cause of our extinction? Let us read you in the comments.
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