GameStop stores located in California are now required to post warnings on it’s used games. The warnings will be applicable on individual video game boxes and must alert customers that they must spend additional money on DLC or content, if it is a used game. The new lawsuit handled by Baron and Budd, will be represented on behalf of customers that purchased a used game, which then advertised free DLC.
“Consumers who purchased qualifying used games and who are enrolled in GameStop’s ‘PowerUp Rewards’ customer loyalty program can receive a $10 check and a $5 coupon. Consumers who purchased a qualifying game, but are not members of GameStop’s loyalty program, can receive a $5 check and a $10 coupon“.