Sony was handed over to the BBC when he arrives to resume the refund policy for the PlayStation Store, but has renewed its terms and conditions, making minor improvements to cargo t looking for digital payment. According to the new small print, you will be entitled to a refund of any purchase, accepting that you want it within 14 days and that the game has not yet been downloaded.
This means that if you buy a title but later change your mind, as long as you haven't downloaded it yet, you will be entitled to a refund. T it was within two weeks. The money will be refunded to your PlayStation Network purse, so this process is not yet an entirely worrying process, but it's a development. Games considered disadvantaged also qualify for a refund.
Other developments include cancellation at any time, and as described above, you will be entitled to a refund of any pre-arranged title within it. T 14 days before you can start downloading them. Subscriptions such as PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now can also be canceled after 14 days, even if you start to use them, although the refund sum will be amended to show what you have used the service to. .
The new terminology is available on the European and North America support websites, so this would seem to be a new guide to the group on outcomes. It is not yet precise where it looks like – most digital storage lines allow you to play for up to two hours before you ask for a refund – but probably not. it's in the right way.