divinity original sinLet’s be honest, how many of us actually bothers to read the fine print when it comes to EULAs when we are installing apps or games? Most of us just scroll through or click “Agree” even if we hadn’t. Some developers, such as Blizzard, ensure that gamers scroll through it till the end before the “Agree” button is activated.

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Granted you could just jump to the end to activate it, but it’s one of the methods to try and get users to read it. However it seems that in a bid to ensure that users have read the EULA, the developers at Larian Studios (creators of Divinity: Original Sin) have included a clause that actually rewards players for reading to the end.

Spotted by Quarter to Three, the fine print at the end reads, “16. Special Consideration. A special consideration in material or immaterial form may be awarded to the first 100 authorized licensees to actually read this section of the EULA and contact LARIAN STUDIOS at info@larian.com. This offer can be withdrawn by LARIAN STUDIOS at any time.”

So what did these eagle-eyed gamers get as a result of them reading the EULA to the end? Basically Steam keys to other Larian games, which we guess is a pretty sweet deal since chances are you did not expect those freebies to begin with.

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