Activision has opened a reimbursement program for US customers who purchased Guitar Hero Live as of December 1, 2017 following the closure of the game's GHTV service.
Originally launching in 2015, Guitar Hero Live featured two main game modes: an offline mode that played you in front of a crowd of real and pre-recorded actors and an online mode where you can play along with music videos officers streamed on various, TV-style game channels. For hardcore fans of peripheral-heavy series, it was a true return to form for the most part, but disappointing sales led to its early demise.
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Activision offers a voluntary reimbursement program for customers who have purchased the Guitar Hero Live Gaming System active from December 1, 2017 in the United States. Customers can benefit from a refund if:
1) They purchased Guitar Hero Live in the United States during the period beginning on December 1, 2017 and ending on January 1, 2019
2) Submit a completed application form since the expiry of May 1, 2019; and
3) Their purchase of Guitar Hero Live from December 2017 can be confirmed by Activision
If you are eligible for this refund and wish to apply, you can do it here. Even if you do not have a proof of purchase through a receipt or credit card statement, Activision will still attempt to verify eligibility. It is not known whether this repayment process will also come to other regions.
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