Sony removes ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ from its digital store and will return customers money

Sony has removed Cyberpunk 2077 from its store and from other stores too. The launch of ‘ Cyberpunk 2077 ‘ is not being a bed of roses. The game is embroiled in huge controversy after it was discovered that its performance on old-gen consoles, particularly PS4 and Xbox One, was nowhere near as expected. Just take a look at the comparisons (and memes ) to realize.

From the study they have ensured that patches through will improve the experience of their new and huge game, but in the meantime Sony has just withdrawn ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ from the PlayStation Store and offers a refund to buyers of the digital version. A curious move that comes right after Sony and Microsoft denied reimbursement to some players.

Cyberpunk 2077 removed from PlayStation Store

According to Sony on its website, “SIE (Sony Interactive Entertainment) aims to achieve a high level of consumer satisfaction, so we will offer a full refund to all players who have purchased ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ through the PlayStation Store. SIE It is also removing ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ from the PlayStation Store until further notice. ” To request a refund you simply have to access this link and log in.

From CD Projekt Red, for its part, they assure that this decision was made after a discussion with SIE on the matter and that “all copies of the game previously digitally purchased on the PlayStation Store are still available for the use of their respective buyers .” They also remember that “players can continue to buy physical versions of the game at retail” and that “all copies, whether digital or physical, will continue to receive support and updates.”

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In other words, the message from CDPR means that those players who have purchased Cyberpunk 2077 on PS4, do not want a refund and uninstall the game, will be able to continue accessing it even if Sony has removed it from the PlayStation Store. This measure mainly affects those players who have not yet purchased the game and want to do so in the Sony store.

The launch of Cyberpunk 2077 has been quite bumpy, despite having had eight million pre-orders. CD Projekt Red did not reveal the performance on old-gen consoles and it is clear that it is not what one would expect from the studio that created ‘The Witcher 3’. On PC, however, it is another story. The game smashed records on Steam, and overall, CD Projekt Red has claimed to have recouped the game’s development costs. What has not yet recovered is the value of its shares, which has fallen dramatically since the first reviews were published.

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