GameStop stores in California will now require a downloadable content (DLC) warning on pre-owned games that make use of online passes or free DLC that becomes void upon use. Many current titles offer free online content or perks that can only be enjoyed the first time around. Purchasers of pre-owned discs may no longer have access to such content or online passes, unless they choose to buy it at an additional fee.
This comes as part of a class-action settlement reached by law firm Baron and Budd and GameStop. The retailer was sued
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