Even more significant news regarding the store is that Epic Games has reworked the refund policy to match Steam; which involves a no-questions-asked refund as long as the customer has had the game less than 2 weeks and less than 2 hours of playtime.More news: Joe Lieberman ramps up feud with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
Originally, the Epic Games Store made players go through a tedious process for a refund that included a request via a contact form, providing an IP address, the last four digits of the card used for the purchase, date the account was created and other details. In a follow-up tweet, he clarified that you can cancel a pre-order at any time for a full refund, or refund a pre-ordered game within 14 days of its release - again, provided you haven't played it for more than two hours. That is exactly the same policy that Steam has for gamers. That said, Epic's policy on refunding DLC is less clear. Now players will have the chance of asking for a refund if it doesn't meet their expectations.More news: Steelers expecting a first-round pick for Antonio Brown — La Canfora
You'd be pretty hard-pressed to find a better party game than The Jackbox series, and the first Jackbox Party Pack is the ideal introduction to the series - I never spent much time with Word Spud or Lie Swatter, but Drawful, Fibbage, and the trivia games are consistently fun and hilarious, particularly with a like-minded group of (preferably raucous) friends.More news: Kuchar shoots bogey-free 66 to hold Sony Open lead
Epic's policy also touches on discounts. You can read the full policy here. Though he mentioned they don't have local pricing for everything though the team is working hard to ensure that number grows even more. There's also plans for a user review system to be added, although only if game developers opt-in, along with a way to prevent "review-bombing".