Sony removed Cyberpunk 2077 from PlayStation Store

Cyberpunk 2077
The flaws in Cyberpunk 2077 became known almost immediately after its release - many players noted that CD Projekt Red still did not have enough time to completely finalize the game.

As reported, the optimization of the game left much to be desired and the developers had to take action. Cyberpunk 2077 has now been completely removed from the PlayStation store, and players are refunded for a game they've already purchased.

Almost immediately after the release of Cyberpunk 2077, players began to complain about the terrible state of the game and numerous bugs. Then the developers reacted by saying that Sony and Microsoft could return the money to disgruntled gamers - however, it seems that the developers did not agree on the terms of the return with the companies themselves. Because of this, refunds on Xbox were much easier than on PlayStation - which is why the game is still not completely removed from the Microsoft store, but you can freely get your money for the unfinished game.

It should be noted that this is truly a unique case for Sony - many "problem" games are still available for purchase on the platform, despite numerous complaints. Therefore, be prepared for obvious flaws in the game if you decide to buy it.

Authored by: tentacl
Published on: 21 December, 2020
IF (Interactive fiction)


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