After one of the roughest launches in recent memory, CD Projekt Red and Sony have broken new ground for what happens when a game is busted on day one. Cyberpunk 2077 has officially been pulled from the Playstation store.
After concerns arose that Sony wouldn’t make good on CDPR’s promise to refund copies of Cyberpunk 2077 on PS4, the game disappeared from Playstation’s digital storefront, and the official Ask PlayStation Twitter account confirmed Sony will be taking returns.
After multiple delays and extended periods of crunch, CD Projekt Red released a functioning yet buggy version of Cyberpunk 2077 on PC and next-gen consoles on December 10. However, the game’s performance was shockingly poor on PS4 and Xbox One, particularly on base versions of both consoles.
Weeks before the launch, CDPR CEO Adam Kicinskin had assured investors that Cyberpunk ran “surprisingly good” on last-gen hardware, yet games media outlets were only provided with access to PC versions of the game. All of this resulted in Cyberpunk 2077 players being quite shocked and upset to see a different, much buggier, and much less stable version of the game on last-gen consoles, prompting CDPR to release an official apology a few days after release.
If you’re one of the many, if not majority, of people playing Cyberpunk on last-gen hardware you’re entitled to a refund, and it looks like you can get it. While Microsoft has yet to pull Cyberpunk 2077 from digital stores as of the time of reporting, be sure to check out this link if you bought Cyberpunk 2077 through the Playstation store.