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Activision offers refunds to American Guitar Hero Live players after it removes song library
Activision has opened a refund program for players of Guitar Hero Live after the publisher ended support for Guitar Hero TV in December, emptying its 500-strong song library of all but 42 tracks.
While Activision was able to defend itself against a recent lawsuit about the decision, the company has now voluntarily opened a refund program. Right now refunds are only open to residents of the United States who can prove they bought the game between 1st December 2017 and 1st January 2019.
“Activision is offering a voluntary refund program for customers who bought the Guitar Hero Live gaming system on or after December 1, 2017, in the United States,” the website says (thanks, Digital Trends). “Customers may qualify for a refund if: they purchased Guitar Hero Live in the United States during the period starting December 1, 2017 and ending on January 1, 2019; they submit a completed Claim Form by the deadline of May 1, 2019; and their purchase of Guitar Hero Live since December 2017 can be confirmed by Activision.”
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