If you’re looking to get a refund for Battlefield 2042, you’re not the only one. Now, successful users are sharing their tips and tricks.
Chances are, this isn’t the first headline you’ve seen about Battlefield 2042 refunds. The fact of the matter is, users have been trying to get their money back for months now.
Most gamers are being turned down on their refund requests, with both Steam and PlayStation/Xbox support informing owners that they can’t get their money back after playing.
However, we have seen some successful buyers getting refunds, even months after launch. And now, several fans are sharing their tips.
In case you missed it, Battlefield 2042 Season 1 just got a massive delay. And now more Battlefield 2042 fans than ever appear to be applying for their money back.
How to Get a Refund for Battlefield 2042
The Battlefield 2042 community is rallying around one another, sharing tips on how to get a refund.
Right now, gamers are signing a new petition for EA to give Battlefield 2042 players full refunds!
But in case that doesn’t work (it won’t), here are some tips from successful users on how to get a refund for Battlefield 2042.
- When talking to customer support, do not select a refund option when enquiring about Battlefield 2042.
- Instead, you need to choose an option like ‘I have a question about my purchase’ to get through to a non-automated response.
- When talking with an actual representative, discuss actual issues with the game. Here are a few examples (Missing core features, delayed content, hard to find a match due to low player count).
- Some fans even suggest reporting that Battlefield 2042 utilized false advertising when talking to your Customer Service representative.
But the method that appears to be providing the most success is quoting Consumer Law. These laws will differ by region, but many of them will apply to ‘faulty goods’ or ‘poor service.’
Reports indicate that simply mentioning that you’re owed a refund for Battlefield 2042 under Consumer Law is enough to get even Steam to back down.
It appears that some fans are actually getting refunds on all platforms, but others aren’t sharing their luck. If you were successful in your endeavor, leave us a comment below with what you needed to do to secure your Battlefield 2042 refund!
Right now, Battlefield 2042 reviews just hit ‘Overwhelmingly Negative’ on Steam, which really shows how gamers are feeling.
Meanwhile, the Battlefield 2042 Scoreboard just got another delay today! But there’s at least some hope for the game yet.
It seems that major Battlefield 2042 map design changes are coming in a future update. However, it’s going to be quite some time before we see them in-game.