Cyberpunk 2077: No special rule for refunds from Sony and Microsoft

Cyberpunk 2077: No special rule for refunds from Sony and Microsoft
The last-gen version of Cyberpunk 2077 in particular has struggled with significant problems since it was released last week. These range from simple bugs and clipping errors to performance drops and crashes. Many players are correspondingly frustrated and ask for their money back. So far, however, Microsoft and Sony have refused to grant a refund for the digital versions of Cyberpunk 2077, which logically heats up even more.

This is mainly due to the fact that the development studio CD Projekt RED appeals to the angry fans has promised such a refund. But apparently it is a misunderstanding or unfortunate communication. Because, as the team explained at an extraordinary board meeting, there are no special rules regarding Cyberpunk 2077 (buy now € 54.99) when it comes to refunds in the PlayStation or Xbox Store.

"What you need to understand : Microsoft and Sony have refund policies on every product that goes digital in their stores. I've read some articles that said it was all made for us - it's not true. Those policies are and are in place They are not offered specifically for us. Anyone who has purchased any title on PlayStation Network or Microsoft's store can request a refund. If it expires within a certain time frame - usually associated with a time frame, usage, and so on -, you can request a refund, our procedure with Microsoft and Sony is no different their titles in these shops. "

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Accordingly, there are no exceptions for a refund regarding Cyberpunk 2077, which some angry fans had already suspected. It remains to be seen whether this will change in the near future. We will of course keep you up to date.

Source: CD Projekt RED