Bus Simulator 21

How to Refund Bus Simulator 21 on Steam

After being announced, Bus Simulator 21 has officially launched on PC via Steam. While the game offers a good gaming experience, it seems that other PC players are unhappy with Bus Simulator 21. Some of the reasons why players are asking for a refund are the frequent Bus Simulator 21 crashes. If you are one of the players who are not satisfied with Bus Simulator 21 for whatever reason, we’re going to show you how you can refund Bus Simulator 21 on Steam.

How to Refund Bus Simulator 21 on Steam?

Unlike in previous years, Valve has finally decided to allow users to ask for a refund for almost any video game on Steam. Below is the step-by-step guide on how you can refund Bus Simulator 21.

Before we get started, please note that you can only ask for a refund of Bus Simulator 21 within 14 days of the purchase. In addition, you should not exceed 2 hours of Bus Simulator 21 playing time. If you have already reached more than 2 hours of playing time, it’s unfortunate, but your refund request will likely be denied.

Now, here’s how you can ask for Bus Simulator 21 refund on Steam:

  1. Open the Steam client and go to the Library section.
  2. On the left side, find and click Bus Simulator 21.
  3. On top of Steam, find the Help option and select Steam Support option.
  4. Once the page is loaded, click Purchases option then click Bus Simulator 21.
  5. Next, click the I would like a refund option.
  6. Select how you want to be reimbursed. Currently, Steam can send your refund directly to your payment source or put the money into your Steam wallet.
  7. Next, select the reason why you’re asking for a refund.
  8. Click the Submit button and wait for the refund.

Upon submission, you should receive a notification in your email confirming your Bus Simulator 21 refund request. Usually, the refund for Bus Simulator 21 will be processed within an hour.

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Earl is one of those gamers who will play almost any new games. But he more prefers playing FPS and open world games.