“First of all, I’d like to start by apologizing for not displaying the game on the base final generation console before the game premiered. As a result, you have more information about you. I can’t make a decision based on. I should have paid more attention to better play on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. “
— Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) December 14, 2020
The statement further points out that console bug fixes have begun-with the hotfix 1.04 released last week-another update is planned “within the next 7 days”. CD Projekt states that it will update “whenever new improvements are ready” and will provide two major patches in January and February. “These together should solve the most prominent problems gamers face with the latest generation consoles.” The developers also make it clear that the PC version is also updated regularly.
After early reports of refunds began to spread over the weekend, CD Projekt Red also confirmed that it would offer full refunds to console version owners who do not want to wait for updates.
“For digitally purchased copies, please use the PSN or Xbox refund system respectively. For the box version, get a refund at the store where you first purchased the game. If this is not possible, please get a refund. Please contact us at helpmerefund @cdprojektred. .com and we will do our best to help you. You can contact us for a week from today until December 21, 2020. “Cyberpunk 2077 has seen a clearly mixed launch. From a business perspective, it broke the record for sales and simultaneous players, returning overall development and marketing costs to day one. However, players are loudly dissatisfied after a major bug on all platforms and console performance issues after launch.
As a result, the stock price of CD Projekt Red fell sharply, and the company changed the important reception-related bonus structure so that developers would continue to receive bonuses.
If you’re exploring Night City, there’s a huge walkthrough of Cyberpunk 2077, not to mention tips for making the game look good on the console while you wait for the patch.
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