Activision Launches Refund Program For Completely Forgotten Guitar Hero Live

After ending support for Guitar Hero TV in December Activision has now created a refund program for Guitar Hero Live players whose library of 500 songs has now been reduced to just 42. Just a teensy difference there.

The offer is open to players who purchased Guitar Hero Live between 1st of December 2017 and 1st of January 2019. Players seeking a refund will have until the 1st of May to fill out a claim form on Activision's website. They ask for players to have a receipt or some proof of purchase to confirm eligibility but you might still be able to claim without either.

Guitar Hero Live Gameplay
Guitar Hero Live Gameplay

The game was released in 2015, hoping to be a revival for the series but failed to make an impression. I honestly had never heard of the game till now. The days of Guitar Hero being the party game king seem like ancient history.

Despite all this there doesn't seem to be a refund scheme for European players which is a bit, well, rubbish. Hopefully Activision won't leave us left out.

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