Re: ELUA and Trademarks Agreement

Hey afkellogg,

Thanks for getting in touch. Unless you have a written and signed custom license with Crytek for use of the engine, then you will automatically fall under the public CRYENGINE End-User License Agreement. This means there are certain restrictions and/or responsibilities you must adhere to when commercializing and/or releasing your game.

You can read a summary of the most important points of the public EULA here:
While you can view the agreement itself here:
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