: Following news that the South Korean government is investigating if Diablo III
developer Blizzard Entertainment is violating the country's commercial laws by refusing to offer refunds on its latest game, Blizzard has now said that it will give refunds to anyone in the country affected by server issues.
Korea's Fair Trade Commission raided Blizzard's Seoul offices
earlier this month after it received hundreds of complaints from users who said that server problems meant they could not play the game. Blizzard had originally said that it would not offer refunds to these users.
However, in a post on the Korean Battle.net, and as translated by
the Wall Street Journal, Blizzard has changed its mind and is now offering full refunds for these users. Users who have a character than is lower than level 40 in the game can apply for a refund from June 25 to July 3.