PlayStation removes Cyberpunk, Xbox offers full refunds

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    Cyberpunk 2077 has been delisted from the PlayStation Store, Microsoft has officially confirmed it will provide refunds to anyone who purchased the game, and CD Projekt Red has said they will refund retail copies of the game at their own expense.

    The onslaught of Cyberpunk 2077 drama continues to pour in and Sony removing the game from the PlayStation Store is something that will go down in a blaze of video game history infamy. Some versions of the game are running just fine but there’s been a massive amount of threads and personal anecdotes about Cyberpunk underperforming and crashing on the PS4 and PS5.

    It’s not a great look for Sony or their newest piece of kit in the PS5 and their track record for customer support and returns hasn’t been great in the past so it’s safe to say CDPR might have earned a little bit of eyre for their latest antics.

    Our hearts go out to the developers caught up in this, working rigorously trying to make things right when they were probably already crunched to get things done in the first place. Hopefully, the game gets fixed and returns to the PlayStation Store EVENTUALLY but not at the human cost it would take to accomplish such a feat over the break. Good luck to everyone affected, devs and players a like and we’ll see you in the comments.

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    [Playstation] Cyberpunk 2077 Refunds https://bit.ly/3nB4Ovw

    [Ars Technica] Batman: Arkham Knight for PC pulled from Steam and retailers due to bugs https://bit.ly/37xipya

    [Twitter] CyberpunkGame https://bit.ly/3p406qf

    [Microsoft] Xbox One X 1TB Console – Cyberpunk 2077 Limited Edition Bundle https://bit.ly/3nyZ0Cq

    [Reuters] CD Projekt not in talks with Microsoft about Cyberpunk 2077 withdrawal https://reut.rs/3alxiWc

    [Markets Insider] ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ publisher’s stock plummets 22% after Sony pulls the buggy game from its online store and offers refunds https://bit.ly/34tb8O6

    [Games Industry dot biz] Cyberpunk 2077 troubles cost CD Projekt founders more than $1bn https://bit.ly/3h2p4Du

    [VG 247] CD Projekt stock drops following Cyberpunk 2077’s removal from PS4 store https://bit.ly/3rbjsf6

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