If the game isn’t as good as you expected it to be, you will be able to get a refund.
An appearance of a highly requested feature has been reported by the participants of the Xbox One’s Insider Program. It’s called Self-Service Refunds and as you can expect, it grants users the option to cancel their purchase decision of digital goodies.
There are some restrictions: you have only 14 days after the initial purchase and you can’t have more than 2 hours of play time. Other requirements look as follows:
- DLC, season passes, and add-ons are not eligible for self-service refunds
- The game or app must be downloaded and launched before requesting a self-service refund
- You must wait for at least 1 day after the game or app’s release before requesting a self-service refund
- Certain Windows 10 apps may not be eligible for self-service refunds
- Microsoft reserves the right to block access for users who abuse self-service refunds
It’s a feature of Microsoft Store, so the Self-Service Refunds work both for Xbox One and Windows 10 purchases.