The Epic Games Store now issues partial refunds to users who purchased full-price games that were recently sold at discounted prices.
Epic Games has not officially announced new features for its digital storefront, but buyers have automatically received a partial refund for games that are only available at a discount.
Studio Mayday co-founder Joshua Boggs (Joshua Boggs) was the first to notice the change in the Epic Games Store refund policy and sent an e-mail automatically from the company. It writes: "The price of the game you bought has recently been reduced, so we will partially refund the difference."
-Joshua Boggs (@jboggsie) May 15, 2020
Epic updated the return policy of the Epic Games store earlier this year to reflect the policies already offered by other stores. Now, its return policy allows unlimited refunds within two weeks of purchase and within less than two hours. Prior to this, refunds could only be made twice a year.
After the release of Grand Theft Auto 5 last week, this digital store has recently become a sign of chaos. "Grand Theft Auto 5" is available for free until May 21 as part of the Epic Games Store Mega Sale. Grand Theft Auto 5 and Grand Theft Auto Online are now out of service due to "very high number of players".