It’s been a wish of PC gamers that seemingly would never happen, due to the nature of downloading a few gigabytes of information to a computer and being able to modify it later. But, it’s happened: refunds.
Buy a game on Steam and want your money back? Tough luck. It will never happen. But Electronic Arts, desperate for an edge, has added refunds to their digital download service, Origin. If a user is dissatisfied with a game published by the company at least 24 hours after the first time you launch the game or within 7 days of purchase, then you will be able to receive a refund.
The feature is rolling out worldwide during the next few weeks.