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The Epic Games Store made it easier to get a refund

A pleasant change has come to the Epic Games Store: the power to start out the method to routinely refund a purchase order. Prior to this, gamers must request a refund by contacting Epic Support and beginning a ticket. Now, the method might be accomplished with a fast enter. A post on Epic’s official site explains the new policy intimately.

Here’s the way it works. A person can go to the Epic Games web site, choose ‘Account’, after which choose their ‘Transactions’ tab. From there, they’ll choose a sport and request a refund. Every sport is eligible for a refund so long as it’s initiated within the 14 days after the acquisition, your complete play time hasn’t exceeded two hours, and also you weren’t banned from the sport. In addition, the method might be denied “if Epic determines that you are abusing the refund policy.”

This is in step with Steam’s policy on self-refunds, and provides an vital characteristic to the Epic launcher that had been lacking for a while. The consumer nonetheless lags behind when it comes to sure functionalities, however self-refunding lowers the danger of a nasty buy and permits gamers to decide out of video games that show to be inaccessible indirectly.

In addition, the Epic Games launcher replace contains Keyless integration, which permits gamers to hyperlink their account to third-party digital gross sales platforms Fanatical, Green Man Gaming, and Genba Digital. There’s additionally bandwidth administration and extra native currencies in place for gamers from international locations like Canada and Australia.

According to the put up, the following two huge tasks in course of for the Epic Games retailer is a mod market, which can permit gamers to put in and handle participant and developer made mods for his or her video games. There will even be an achievement system, for many who get pleasure from making that quantity go up.

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