The Cyberpunk 2077 refund situation has been the latest turn in the rollercoaster of events in the blockbuster title's unfortunate saga.
Following months of delays and controversy leading up the highly anticipated game's launch, CD Projekt Red has offered unsatisfied players full refunds—from its own pocket, if need be.
Cyberpunk 2077 Refund: Latest Details
CD Projekt Red says it has begun reaching out in waves to players who have emailed them a refund request with a confirmation of receipt.
While those who purchased digital versions are urged to follow the refund process of the respective platform of their choosing, CD Projekt Red is in the midst of handling a one-time initiative to refund all physical and digital copies of the game for those who are unable to return the game from stores.
The refund request submission window closes Dec. 21.
On Dec. 13, CD Projekt Red first announced that it would be refunding copies of Cyberpunk 2077 in response to complaints that they did not show enough of its gameplay on base last-gen consoles prior to its release.
While the video game developer promised that it would work to fix bugs and crashes, as well as improve the overall experience on PS4 and Xbox One especially, CD Projekt Red felt the need to go the extra mile for players not willing to wait for updates.
Five days later, Sony announced it had pulled Cyberpunk 2077 from its PlayStation Store temporarily, offering players who had purchased it full refunds from there as well.
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