Warcraft 3 Reforged’s launch was a mess. The game lacks some cut-scenes that Blizzard showcased prior to the game’s release, and its EULA specifically states that all of the mods will belong to the team. Yeap, forget about free mods. Blizzard will now own each and every custom map/game for Warcraft 3. Naturally, a lot of PC gamers were displeased with these changes and the team is currently offering refunds.
If you have purchased or pre-ordered the game, you can request a refund via this link. What’s really crucial to note here is that these are automatic, instant refunds. Now we are not saying that you should all refund the game. However, it’s at least great knowing that there is such an option. Furthermore, multiple users have already received a refund. So yeah, this is actually happening.
We also don’t know whether Blizzard will change this refund policy in the future. For the time being, PC gamers can get automatic refunds for Warcraft 3 Reforged.
In other news, Blizzard has issued an official update about the game’s post-launch development. According to the statement, Blizzard is already working on the first post-launch patches. This first patch will come out later this week and will fix a bug causing the colors and shading to look different from the original game. It will also address many other known issues, such as fixing some portrait animations and audio bugs, implementing some UI fixes, and more.
Last but not least, Blizzard talked a bit about the missing cut-scenes. The team decided to remove it so it can preserve the true spirit of Warcraft III and allow players to relive these unforgettable moments as they were