How To Get Refund From EA For Battlefield 2042
Battlefield 2042 has turned out to be quite a disaster at its launch so if you want to refund the game, get to know about the methods in this guide.
Battlefield 2042 is available on Steam in addition to EA Origins for PC. If you have bought the game on consoles, you also have Xbox and PlayStation Store, each of which comes with its refunding policies and system.
While you are not guaranteed to get a refund for Battlefield 2042, there is no harm in trying. This guide will follow a similar structure to our GTA: The Trilogy refund guide since there isn’t much to change here.
How To Claim Refund For Battlefield 2042
The surefire method to get refunds right now is only for the Steam version. While Steam has a policy that only allows refunds for a game if the user has played it for less than two hours. They appear to be making an exception for Battlefield 2042 and posts on the Battlefield 2042 subreddit suggest that even those who have played the game for more than 12 hours have managed to secure a refund.
To get a refund for your purchase, head to the page here and follow the instructions.
Those who have purchased the game on EA Origins can go to the page here. Make sure you meet the policy guidelines and try to claim a refund. You might not be successful like Steam, but there is no harm in trying it.
Claiming Refund on PS4 or PS5
Go to the Refund page on PlayStation Store. Depending on your region, it might be different but here is the one in the United States.
Claiming Refund on Xbox One or Xbox Series
Go to the Refund page for Microsoft Store. Since the game is just out, you can claim a refund if the problem is severe enough, which some might argue is the case with Battlefield 2042. You need to do it within 14 days of the purchase.