Razer Game Store Shutting Down Next Week
Razer Game Store, it was an attempt from the gaming hardware manufacturer to offer customers bargain deals on games and discounts on their gaming accessories, sadly it didn’t work and will close down shortly after being launched in April 2018.
Razer’s idea was to sell Steam, Origin keys and with each purchase customers will claim some points called Razer Silver which could then be used to get a discount on Razer’s products.
Unfortunately, it appears that Razer’s plan to attach accessory discounts to game purchases will not push forward. In a statement published on the Razer Game Store, the team behind the digital platform said that it will shut down on February 28 due to the company’s “realignment plans.”
In the FAQ section attached to the announcement of the upcoming closure of the online store, Razer clarified that downloaded games will continue to work after the shutdown, but purchased keys and discount vouchers will need to be used before February 28.
The Razer Silver points and and Razer Gold currency, meanwhile, will not be affected by the closure of the Razer Game Store. Customers will still be able to redeem various rewards for the Razer Silver points that they have accumulated, and will be able to use their Razer Gold currency to unlock content on the Razer Gold Catalog.
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