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As Once Human’s Terms of Service fuel a flood of negative reviews, survival game developers say they’ll only ask for your government ID on special occasions

As Once Human’s Terms of Service fuel a flood of negative reviews, survival game developers say they’ll only ask for your government ID on special occasions

Once Human developer Starry Studios has responded to players’ privacy concerns after many of the highly anticipated survival game’s ‘Mixed’ reviews on Steam focused on its aggressive End User License Agreement (EULA).

Published by Chinese giant NetEase, Once Human collects personal information from players under its publisher’s privacy policy. The list of data collected is quite long – in addition to game-related information like your name, contact details, marketing preferences, and gameplay details, all of which are collected through the game itself, NetEase also collects information “from the use of our services or other sources.”