Immediately after the disastrous release of Cyberpunk 2077, Microsoft began to offer its users generous refund terms for the purchased game: you could return the purchase amount in full through the Microsoft Store. However, Microsoft's generosity has come to an end - the company said it will return to its standard refund policy from July.
In a statement on the game's Microsoft Store page, the company emphasizes that the Cyberpunk developers are doing everything they can to optimize the game. After a series of updates, Microsoft is poised to return to regular refunds for digital purchases. Based on this, all your purchases are considered final, and if you still want to return your money, the company's specialists will first have to find out whether you really have the right to do this. Simply put, instead of a simple, almost instant refund, you will have to prove that returning the game to the store is a necessity.
Interestingly, the position of Cyberpunk 2077 on digital platforms has been improving lately. A few days ago, the game was returned to the PlayStation Store after a six month absence. Now Cyberpunk 2077 is fully restored to its rights, except, perhaps, a warning on the page in the PlayStation Store about "possible difficulties in the game." CD Projekt Red is working hard on new updates - the next major bug fixes should be expected in the second half of this year.