Destiny 2 beta is currently ongoing and gamers are enjoying it and Bungie has revealed that the beta has been amazingly helpful. However, some users have reported that Best Buy has charged them for the Destiny 2 beta code they received even though they canceled their pre-order.
One of the customers asked Best Buy about this to which the company replied that according to their understanding, there would be a charge if the pre-order was canceled. The company further defended its actions in a recent forum post, stating:
Because you canceled your order after your digital Beta code had already been fulfilled, which can’t be returned or deactivated, the system automatically charged you its value in accordance with our policies. I do apologize for any disappointment this may cause, but because we cannot return or deactivate the digital code you were already provided we’ll not be able to provide you with a refund for its value.
In related news, If you are one of those players who wanted to shoot down an enemy ship in Destiny, well you are in luck as players will be able to shoot down enemy ships in Destiny 2, at least in the beta.
Many of you who are currently participating in the beta, might have noticed that in the Inverted Spire strike there are Cabal ships near the drill site and have health bars and players have been trying to shoot them down. However, one player seems to have found a way to bring them down.
Also, Bungie has revealed that players will be able to transfer their clans from Destiny to Destiny 2. Also, the class will support new features but, all of this will come at a cost.
What is your take on the situation? Do you think Best Buy was right to charge players for Destiny 2 beta after canceling the pre-order? Let us know in the comments.