Here's How To Process Steam Refunds For PC Survival Game Rust
One of the most controversial letdowns in the history of video gaming involves Steam users and Garry Newman's title Rust. Unfortunately for the developer, the game did not meet players' expectation resulting to a devastating sales loss. Well, it is basically a process of refunding the players for the money spent on buying the game.
According to Mashable, the PC survival game Rust did not do well in the community, leading to a refund worth of $4 million on Steam. The developer himself, Newman, tweeted recently the total refunded units, which sums to 329,970 at the time of the tweet. This was enough to put the game at a huge setback, losing millions in the process.
Interestingly, the aforementioned figure is only six percent of the total sales the game acquired throughout its existence. The game is a staple of Steam actually, accumulating a huge following since day one. It was an Early Access darling ever since its release three and a half years ago, as reported by PCGamesN.
In its most organic form, Rust players are introduced to a not-so-kind environment where they have to survive. Unfortunately for them, they do not have any tools or whatsoever to help them survive the harsh setting. This is perhaps the main reason players opted to get their money back, as they did not entirely like the premise of the title.
For Rust players who want to process a refund, Steam has set up a detailed instruction for the process. They need to navigate first to Steam Help and log in using their respective accounts. After logging in, they must click on the option that says A Purchase. From there, they just need to find the purchase or game they want to get refunds and click on it. It should be noted that if a purchase is not listed, it only means that it does not belong to the company's refund window and thus, illegible for a refund.
ARK Survival Evolved Community Crunch 97 Details; Game Heavily Discounted At Steam Summer Sale
Studio Wildcard has just announced a sweet Steam summer sale for Ark Survival Evolved. Check out the full details here!
Killer Instinct Will Soon Be Available On Steam
Surprisingly, Killer Instinct will be coming to Steam soon. Check out the full details here!
Take-Two Shuts Down Another Popular GTA V Tool
Believe it or not, Take-Two is yet to be done closing various GTA 5 modding tools. Check it out here!
Ark Survival Evolved Recent Price Hike Earns Criticisms
The Ark Survival Evolved community is definitely in deep shock. Check it out here!
What Remains Of Edith Finch Review Round-up: A Short But Touching Experience
What everyone has to say about What Remains of Edith Finch, a heartbreaking indie walking simulator.
MORE IN ITECHPOST
Link Building & Guest Posting Updates- 2020
Over the years, the importance of high-quality backlinks has only increased. What once used to be a quantitative measure, is now qualitatives in nature. In other words, the links are now scanned for the quality they bring in, along with the number of links.
How Do Personal Emergency Response Systems Work?
Personal emergency response systems, known as PERS for short, are systems that help people to raise the alarm and get immediate help when a medical or personal emergency occurs. They are ideal for older people and anyone with a mobility issue or an injury or illness that can cause falls.
New Lawsuit Alleges Fortnite Video Game Is as Addictive as Cocaine
Epic Games, creator of the popular Fortnite video game, has been hit with a new lawsuit that alleges the game is as "addictive as cocaine" and that Epic has targeted children with its marketing. The popular game is played by more than a quarter-billion people.
Netflix is Raising Prices, Here’s How it Now Compares to Other Streaming Services
Once a brand gains the trust and loyalty of its market, it is only logical that it attempts to flex its dominant muscle. Such is the tale that fits the recent price hike coming from the stable of Netflix. Having baited consumers into believing that streaming, and not cable subscription, is the right way to go, Netflix has now decided to drop its own form of a bombshell on consumers in the form of price increment. The news, which was announced earlier this year, detailed that Netflix would be raising prices across all of its plans by 13 to 18 percent.