Yeah, I'm seeing this as a positive. Hate the shared world aspect of this game. Co-op's neat, but essentially having every location I visit pre-looted and cleared out before I even get there is not enjoyable.
Further to this, there was a 2 week beta that anyone who bought last week likely played or at least could have played and could have easily decided to not buy (cancel preorder) if they didnt like the game. The game is as it was in the beta. I will note personally I am anti return policy for things that I "don't like". This goes for all things not just video games.
On what grounds could then honour refund requests for some users but deny them for others?
They do have a clear (and fair) return policy here: https://help.bethesda.net/app/answers/detail/a_id/37390/~/can-i-cancel-or-get-a-refund-for-my-bethesda.net-digital-store-pre-order-or
If you would like to cancel or get a refund for your Bethesda.net Digital Store pre-order or pre-purchase, you can contact Bethesda Customer Support. Please note that once a game has been released and its game code has been delivered, you will not be able to receive a refund for your order (except as required by applicable law).
The majority of my playtime was during the beta. I expected all the bugs to be fixed at launch but they weren’t. Am I at fault here?Further to this, there was a 2 week beta that anyone who bought last week likely played or at least could have played and could have easily decided to not buy (cancel preorder) if they didnt like the game. The game is as it was in the beta. I will note personally I am anti return policy for things that I "don't like". This goes for all things not just video games.
Well I don't know how Bethesda works but it might depend on the agent that gets your ticket. I'm just saying it's not cool to claim it as an official thing just yet, imo.
This has absolutely nothing to do with video games. Imagine being allowed to return a pair of jeans you wore for 2 weeks because you didnt like the color or that you want to get refund for a movie you saw that sucked. I am trying to see how any of these things are reasonable.
Well it takes 24 hours to get through the bugs in the tutorial.
Seems like they were already up the creek without a paddle at that point.
Reminds me of E.T. Atari, hope the gaming industry survives.i guess this is kinda relevant, but where i am i'm seeing sealed copies being sold online for way less than 60$ games are normally sold at, like used copies of RDR2 are going for higher prices. and i'm already seeing plenty of used copies being put up for sale which is unusual for a new online-heavy game.
seems like shops imported a bunch of copies thinking this is the usual AAA game and will sell a decent amount, not knowing anything about the quality of the game, and are now wanting to get rid of them by selling them for cheap. and those who bought it want to get rid of it too.