Epic Games Has Adjusted Their Store's Refund Policy

An interesting change was made on the Epic Games Store this week as their refund policy got an update that is more in line with competitors. Specifically, with Steam and the way Valve has set up their marketplace–which sets the company up in direct competition with them on another aspect. The news came out from Epic employee Sergey Galyonkin, who made the announcement on his Twitter account, along with a few details of how it ends up working out.

So there you have it, you can return a game if you've played it for less than two hours within two weeks of purchase, but anything after that is your problem. With all these different services creating new online stores for gaming, there's bound to be some who will create better policies to compete with these, but that's more a matter for time to sort out.

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