Sniper Elite 3 Steam Keys Illegally Revoked by Rebellion

Sniper Elite 3 Steam Keys Illegally Revoked by Rebellion – Something is Fishy!

As some of our customers have already noticed, Sniper Elite 3 is mysteriously disappearing from Steam accounts without any warning and without a legitimate reason. Yes, you are not dreaming. It is really happening. 

Sniper Elite 3 Steam keys are being illegally revoked and de-activated by Rebellion and thus putting hundreds of thousands of innocent gamers and retailers like us in a very awkward position.

We apologize for any inconvenience caused and we reassure you that we are not in any way the reason for the created situation. It was Rebellion, Sniper Elite 3's developer, who decided to revoke some of the keys and nobody knows why. We lost hundreds of keys and just like some of you, we are victims of a scam and YES, we are furious.

Our suppliers are trustworthy and properly verified, and they just like us are caught in this absurd situation. 

As a proof of the fact that our customers are always our priority, we are immediately refunding all Sniper Elite 3 revoked keys. We would like you to bear with us as it will take some time to process all the refunds. Thank you and keep in mind that our products come with 24 months of warranty and we are here 24/7 ready to assist you with any issue.

You are very important to us.

 

- Update -

Rebellion

“We appreciate that some people are upset, this is exactly why we wanted to make this offer to gamers who’ve been affected through no fault of their own.

To clarify, one of our PC retail distributors informed us that some of their allotted Steam keys were stolen. We believe these keys were then resold to multiple companies, with no payments going to either Valve or the retail distributor.

Steam were immediately informed and have now revoked that set of keys.

As a developer Rebellion are happy for you to purchase the game anywhere you see fit and support price competition in the PC market - we have in no way targeted any specific vendors (who may have also thought these keys were legitimate), just this one set of keys.“