Cyberpunk 2077 developers offer refunds to console players

Developer Cyberpunk 2077 issued an apology statement on Twitter, sharing that PS4 and Xbox One players who were dissatisfied with the current state of the game can apply for a refund if they are not willing to wait for a fix. I will.

Cyberpunk 2077 developers offer refunds to console players

Cyberpunk 2077 was released on various platforms on December 10th this month, including the previous generation console Playstation 4 and Xbox One. The game was delayed a few times, but last time it was all released on the same release date as it took more time to prepare the game on all console versions and PCs.

However, many people who bought the game on the PS4 and Xbox One consoles gave us feedback that they encountered a number of bugs and crashes. For this reason, CD Projekt Red is enthusiastically releasing patches to remove bugs and performance issues, but also released a statement today that it can be applied if players are not satisfied with the overall experience of the game. did. For refunds via PSN or Xbox. For physical box editions, refunds will be issued from the store where you purchased them, but if that is not possible, you can contact CD Projekt Red directly.

The statement ensures that more updates will occur more frequently with the next update within the next 7 days. After the holidays, two major patches will be added, the first patch will be released in January and the second patch will be released in February. These patches address the issues players are facing with the latest generation consoles. The developers also share that the patch “doesn’t make the final generation game look like it’s running on a high-spec PC or next-generation console, but it will bring you closer to the current experience.”

This post focuses on the issues facing the latest generation of consoles, but the final message ensures that PC players will also receive regular updates and fixes.

It was recently announced that Cyberpunk 2077 hit over 1 million simultaneous players on Steam during its launch, with single player winning the most simultaneous players seen on the platform.

We also released an overall review of the game. If you want to know what you think about the game, see Cyberpunk 2077 Review: Final Verdict.

For more information, see Amazon’s Lord of the Rings MMO launch scheduled for 2022 and Granblue Fantasy: Relink in the 2022 release window for PS4 and PS5.


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