I just started looking at unreal last week and it took me a while to understand what "the unreal unlimited plan" was referring to. To help future newcomers like myself please
1. link to a description of the plan when referring to it
2. use consistent naming. It is referred as the "Unreal Unlimited plan" but under "Choose Your Plan" it's called the "Unreal Engine" plan and explains that users have unlimited access. This is confusing to me
Another confusing aspect for me was when I saw the wording:
> If you have the Content License Agreement, just sign in with your Epic Games account...
Again, the content license agreement isn't linked so I'm unsure which one is being referred to. I also didn't understand what was meant by "having" the content license agreement. It would be nice for this to be reworded.
I know this is nitpicking since most people understand what is meant. It's just unfortunate the lack of clarity surrounds something as impactful as licensing.
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