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No Man’s Sky Refund Policy Updated, No Special Exemptions Available
No Man’s Sky release has been a disaster for Hello Games. The company made plenty of promises that it couldn’t keep so fans are now asking for refunds. The flurry of refund demands resulted in a very interesting notice from Steam.
No Man’s Sky refund policy notice is attached on the main page. Steam is making it clear that the standard refund policy is applied to No Man’s Sky.
Such a notice has never been posted by Valve so why now? Well, many users demanded refund and successfully got it through Steam’s Ticket System. However, that won’t be possible now.
If you have played the game past that 2 hour limit, there are no refunds available. The standard policy stats:
The Steam refund offer, within two weeks of purchase and with less than two hours of playtime, applies to games and software applications on the Steam store.
Due to the nature of No Man’s Sky’s issues and missing features, Steam offered refunds without keeping into account the 2 hour playtime limit. But that won’t be the case anymore due to the high number of refund claims.
Fans are furious over how Hello Games lied about many aspects of the game including its multiplayer. Content was cut and the game’s ending is something majority of us were disappointed with.
Do you think No Man’s Sky Refund Policy should be adjusted to allow refunds to all? Share what you think in the comments below.