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Unity Has Apologized For Its Install Fee Policy and Says It 'Will Be Making Changes' to It

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From IGN Articles:

TL;DR: Unity has apologized for the confusion caused by its announced runtime fee policy and has promised to make changes. The policy, set to go into effect on January 1, 2024, would charge $0.20 per install for games with more than 200,000 installs. Unity tried to clarify the policy, but faced backlash from the development community, with some studios stating they won't use Unity anymore. Unity offices in San Francisco and Austin had to close due to a credible death threat. Unity will provide an update on the policy changes in a few days.

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