Lost Ark and its hilarious terms of use: you can’t play if you’re an alien, robot or ape

Lost Ark, the new MMORPG from Amazon Games and Smilegate that everyone is talking about, has become a worldwide phenomenon with its final release on PC, even being forced to open new servers due to the high demand from players around the world. But before starting to play, does anyone read the kilometric conditions of use of this type of video game? Probably 99% of the answer is “no”, although in the case of The Ark it can be the most enriching and entertaining, since Amazon Games have included a series of clauses of what hilarious, targeting aliens, robots, and apes with tendencies for world domination.


Are you an alien, a robot or an ape?

Thus, with the intention of taking the fanciful halo of Lost Ark further, Amazon Games has considered it appropriate to include a series of game clauses that have no waste. And it is that if we want to play Lost Ark we must be “a person (that is, not a society, organization, element of artificial intelligence -good or bad-, alien, sensitive non-human primate, etc.)”. Lost Ark will open a new server region in Europe due to user demand. Fortunately, this restriction “will not apply in the event of a widespread invasion of aliens, robots, apes or the like from planet Earth, in which case we will welcome our aliens, robots, apes or other supreme lords, as appropriate, (said parties, “Your Eminences”) to play our Games”, add those responsible.Lost Ark and its hilarious terms of use: you can't play if you're an alien, robot or ape


Even so, Amazon Games does not lose hope and points out that their “Eminences” will be “subject to the terms of this Agreement, mutatis mutandis, beginning on the date of the seizure of power and thereafter during all subsequent periods. , until the date when human governance is re-established”. We are calmer. Horizon Forbidden West: All Guerrilla Games Ranked According To Metacritic.


Although its creators are very optimistic about the future of Lost Ark, since they allow themselves the luxury of ensuring that in the event that humanity is forced to leave Earth, they will need a reasonable time to enable the new servers through “necessary interplanetary logistics, utility, sustainable life support, asteroid diversion systems, local stores or distribution services, and the rule of law, as may be provided by our affiliates, our third-party providers, celestial beings or governmental or non-governmental organizations.”

Lost Ark is now available for PC.

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