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Cyberpunk 2077: Sony Removes Game from PlayStation Store Due to Bugs and Reimburses Everyone!

The Cyberpunk 2077 soap opera is obviously far from over. If CD Projekt Red has been continuing controversy since the release of its game on December 10, following the many bugs encountered on PS4 and Xbox One, the Polish studio is trying somehow to be forgiven by dissatisfied players; And they are many. A few days ago, CD Prokekt Red officially apologized, specifying that the developers were working hard to offer patches in the coming weeks, but that it was possible to get a refund for the game, by approaching the various points of sale where the game was bought. But very quickly, some players were refused reimbursement, especially from Sony, which according to some rumors had initiated a complaint procedure with CD Projekt Red.

Cyberpunk 2077

This morning, it’s another bad news that shakes up the Cyberpunk 2077 affair, as Sony Interactive Entertainment has outright decided to remove the CD Projekt Red game from PlayStation, until further notice. The Japanese manufacturer has indeed sold a message on its official website, invoking the need to preserve the “satisfaction of its customers “, and that it will therefore proceed to a full refund”. It didn’t take long for CD Projekt Red to react on its side, confirming Sony’s decision and promising to do everything possible to bring Cyberpunk 2077 back to PlayStation Store as quickly as possible. The Polish studio takes the opportunity all the same to clarify that the game on PS4 remains free in physical version for those who would still like to have it under the Christmas tree. There are no small profits …



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