by Juan Antonio Soto 45 minutes ago
Valve is changing its rules regarding discounts that can be applied to software for avoid raising some titles in price the previous days and then making a “big” discount about the raised price. The new rules will change from March 28, among them we can find some such as: At the end of a launch discount, another one cannot be made in that title until after 28 days. A discount cannot be applied to a product that has had its price increased during the previous 28 days. A price cannot be changed while a promotion is active. Discounts of less than 10% or more than 90% cannot be made. A custom discount cannot last less than 1 day or more than 14 days. The exception is that yes a new discount can be applied if 28 days have not passed when it coincides with some steam seasonal sale such as the lunar new year or the summer sales.
Valve is also making some game returns more flexible. We recently told you how you can return a Steam game, and even if you don’t meet the specified requirements, you can submit a request and Valve will review it. It is the case of Battlefield 2042 that users are seeing how the game has gone from 100,00 players to just under 3,500 a day. In this case Valve studies the situation and even having played more than 2 hours, which is the maximum allowed, can support a refund.
Steam is a platform that, despite offering digital products in most cases, has a very flexible return policy that reassure when purchasing a title on their platform. End of Article. Tell us something in the Comments or come to our Forum!