Sometimes things just don’t work out.
Do you typically buy a lot of VR titles by way of Oculus Rift or Gear VR? Find that some of them just don’t float your boat the way you were expecting? Good news! Starting today you can actually request a refund for any games you buy for Oculus Rift and Gear VR games you buy via the Oculus store.
You can head straight to the Oculus app and request your refund if it’s been fewer than 14 days since you bought the game and haven’t played more than 2 hours. For Gear VR purchases, you need to make sure you’re asking for your refund within the timeframe of three days after you bought it and 30 minutes or less total playtime.
These requests can be submitted via the app itself in the settings menu. Simply go to your purchase history, select “refund,” and go from there. Oculus will make the decision within the span of five days so long as you’ve followed directions and haven’t made yourself ineligible. Additional details can be found via Oculus’ official site.
If you find that a lot of VR titles just aren’t doing it for you and you end up needing to use this service, let us know how it works for you, and how quickly the decisions are being made.
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