Due to the Game's current state, 'Battlefield 2042" players are eligible for full refunds
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Due to the Game’s current state, ‘Battlefield 2042″ players are eligible for full refunds

Due to the Game's current state, 'Battlefield 2042" players are eligible for full refunds

Due to the Game’s current state, ‘Battlefield 2042″ players are eligible for full refunds

We can all agree that the first months of battlefield 2042 have been a rough one. It’s gotten worse since the release of the game. There are many complaints about the missing features and player numbers dropping en masse. (The fact that Battlefield currently has more players is all you need to know).

It seems like Steam is offering refunds to players who are fed up. There are usually a few conditions to get a refund from the platform. For example, you must not play the game for more than two hours and request a refund within 14 calendar days. However, they have begun to make exceptions.

Reddit user u/Roboserg posted the following message on the r/battlefield2042 forum: “Thanks Steam for refunding my masterpiece of a video game with over 2h of playtime and more that 14 days since purchase.” The screenshots show the user’s interactions with Steam Support. Although initially denied, the user explained that their playtime was longer than two hours. Their request was then accepted.

The thread has been populated by users who have shared their experiences on different platforms. These experiences have proved to be quite varied. “Better than PS Support. I had only played for 2 hours in 2 days and called for a refund. Pavlovs_Human commented that they said it was impossible to refund the purchase because I had already opened the app. “Xbox will not refund either. I have never requested a refund on Xbox Support so you would assume they would reimburse me. But no. “We all need to arrange dates where nobody is playing doesn’t protest,” said captonclutch.

Although Steam refunds are not being advertised widely as a guarantee for players (or victims), it does show that it is worth a try, even if you have already played the game more than two hours and wish to get rid of the game from your library. You might even be able to revisit Battlefield 5 with the rest. Matchmaking will be much faster, though.

Due to the Game’s current state, ‘Battlefield 2042″ players are eligible for full refunds
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