Cyberpunk 2077 players will apparently receive a refund after complaining about their performance

Some Cyberpunk 2077 players on PlayStation, Xbox and Steam are apparently getting a refund after complaining about the game’s performance. As reported by the VGC, Redditor NotBen_2 has released a PSA for those who also experience issues playing the Cyberpunk 2077, especially the basic PlayStation 4 and Xbox One units.

Sony’s refund policy for PlayStation Store purchases allows you to request one within the first 14 days. However, if you started downloading the game, you will “only be eligible for a refund if your content is incorrect.”Nevertheless, NotBen_2 received a refund, even after playing the 10-hour Cyberpunk 2077. In other contexts, he mentioned that the whole game – game data, saved data, etc. – deleted it from the PS4 before requesting a refund in a “relaxed professional manner.”

A NotBen_2 support representative also mentioned that “Sony is making a business complaint to CDPR about the problems and [that he] this is not the first time he has called for a refund. “

The comments included many who were also able to provide a refund, even on Xbox consoles and Steam, but not everyone was lucky enough to do so. So, while it doesn’t seem to be certain that the refund request will be successful, it’s worth a try if you’re experiencing issues with Cyberpunk 2077.The release of the Cyberpunk 2077 has been influenced by a number of performance-related factors, including the sequence that triggers any seizures that may occur in the game and the copyrighted songs that could cause DMCA strikes for intermediaries. In addition, due to these and others, CD Project Red shares fell 29% around the launch of Cyberpunk 2077.

Aside from all these problems, Cyberpunk 2077 was already a huge success for CD Project Red, as it turned out that pre-orders for Cyberpunk 2077 had already covered the full development and marketing costs of the game and sold 8 million copies before launch. .

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