Activision has opened a refund program for US customers who purchased Guitar Hero Live on or after December 1, 2017 after the game's GHTV service was closed.
Originally launched in 2015, Guitar Hero Live had two main game modes: an offline mode, where you were played in front of real, pre-recorded actors, and an online mode, where you can play official music videos, which are available to you on different streams. In-game TV-like channels. For hardcore fans of the peripheral series, this was a real return, but disappointing sales led to an early demise.
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Activision is offering a voluntary reimbursement program to customers who purchased the system Guitar Hero live game system on or after December 1, 2017 in the US. Customers can qualify for a refund if:
1) Guitar Hero Live was purchased in the United States from December 1, 2017 through January 1, 2019;
2) Submit a completed application form by the deadline of May 1, 2019; and
3) Your purchase of Guitar Hero Live since December 2017 can be confirmed by Activision
. If you want to qualify for this refund and apply, you can do so here. Even if you do not have proof of purchase for a receipt or credit card statement, Activision still tries to validate the entitlement. Whether this reimbursement process also arrives in other regions, is not known.
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