Sony has been left behind when it comes to the return policy for the PlayStation Store, but it has updated its terms and conditions today, making subtle improvements for consumers who want to reimburse digital purchases. Under the new small font, you will be entitled to a refund for any purchase if you ask for it within 14 days and have not downloaded the game yet.
This means that if you buy the name but then change Remember that until you have started downloading it, you will be eligible for a refund if you request it within two weeks. The money will be refunded to your PlayStation Network purse, so it is not yet an impeccable process, but it's an improvement. Games that are deemed to be in error will also be eligible for a refund.
Other improvements include the ability to cancel a pre-order at any time and, as noted above, you can get a refund for any pre-ordered name within 1
both on the European and North American support websites, therefore, it seems that these new guidelines for the organization in terms of return. It's not at all wherever we want it to be – most digital displays allow you to play for several hours before asking for a refund – but this is definitely a step in the right direction.