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The infamous Error 37 message that popped up in Blizzard's game Diablo 3 as soon as it launched in the US and Europe has also been a problem for gamers in South Korea. Blizzard is now prepared to offer a complete refund to gamers in that particular region in order to compensate for the error. By the way, Error 37 is a message players get from Blizzard when Battle.net servers are flooded with heavy traffic. As a result, players can't even log into the game's 'Main Menu' let a lot start a single co-op or single-player session.
Word has it that players with characters below level 40 can apply for the refund between June 25 and July 03. The company also specified that refunds will be accepted from players with characters below level 20, provided it's within 14 days of purchase from now on.
Why is this happening in Korea and nowhere else? Well, mainly because South Korea's Fair Trade Commission got countless complains from consumers. The commission then started to investigate the matter... and well, Blizzard then sent the word about the refunds (thanks CVG).
Via post on the South Korean Battle.net forum (translated by WSJ).
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