GameStop is launching a new promotion that will allow customers to return a game to obtain full store credit within 48 hours of purchase. The program, which was circulated today by Cheap Ass Gamer and verified by The Verge is called "Guarantee to Love It" and will be released next week with the debut of Days Disappeared .
The promotion window will be applied only in the first week of the arrival of a game, and GameStop will specify during the different times which titles are eligible. Days Gone officially lands on April 26, and customers can only claim a full credit refund if they buy the game between April 25 and April 28. If you do not like them, you can exchange the open item back to the store for the total price of $ 59.99. The tax is not refundable, and the deal only applies to the standard version, the physical version of the game.
News: GameStop will launch the "Guaranteed to love it" program. If you return the game within 48 hours of the game's launch, you will recover your money in the form of a redemption credit. The first game is Days Gone. If you hate it, return it in 48 hours and get $ 59.99 in swap credit. pic.twitter.com/kLMBpsDz7O
– Cheap Ass Gamer (@videogamedeals) April 16, 2019
GameStop did not mention other games that customers can expect to be added to the program.
The new GameStop program comes just as cloud games are beginning to gather momentum: Microsoft is set to release a diskless Xbox One S version in early May in an effort to promote the Xbox Game Pass While traditional technology companies such as Google and Apple are also involved in subscription-based gaming services with the recent announcements of Google Stadia and Apple Arcade. It is even rumored that Walmart is working on a similar service. Sony's next PS5, on the other hand, will continue to include a disc player, but it also offers its own PlayStation Now subscription service.