How to Request Refund for Battlefield 2042 from EA

The release of Battlefield 2042 was not what we expected as the game was very poorly received and fans have been voicing their concern all over Reddit and other platforms. This has started a wave of refunds being claimed from EA and if you are someone who has been disappointed by the game enough, follow this guide to get your refund.

Battlefield 2042 is currently available for purchase over Steam for PC and for the PlayStation and Xbox in their respective stores. However, according to the reviews the game has received, it seems like a really bad investment. If you had already made that investment, then follow this guide to get your hands on your refund from EA.

How to Get a Refund for Battlefield 2042

Although the process of filing for a refund is rather simple, the only platform you are guaranteed a refund on right now is Steam. As Steam has a policy of only allowing a refund for games that have been played for less than 2 hours, it seems like they have made a special exception as players with more than 12 hours in the game have been able to claim a refund as well.

To get your refund for the game on steam, just follow these simple steps:

Related: How to Contact Electronic Arts for Battlefield 2042 Customer Support

  • Make sure you fit the criteria set for claiming a refund and then send in an application for the refund.

On PS4 or PS5

To claim a refund for your copy of the game on PlayStation platforms, head over to this page and file in an application to receive a refund.

For Xbox Platforms

For Xbox consoles, head over to the Microsoft refund page and file for a refund. According to Microsoft policies, you are only allowed to claim a refund if the game has been released recently and has severe problems, which might just be the case for Battlefield 2042.


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Taaha Muffasil
Content Creator by profession, video game enthusiast by passion, Taaha has spent a long time writing engaging blogs for the entertainment niches and an even longer time behind a computer screen trying out every title that comes out.

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