Cyberpunk 2077 between crunch, PlayStation Store and refunds: updates from CD Projekt

Cyberpunk 2077 between crunch, PlayStation Store and refunds: updates from CD Projekt
The evening of Wednesday 14 January 2021 has evolved under the banner of Cyberpunk 2077, with the publication of a full-bodied video message by CD Projekt RED.

With the latter, the management reiterated their apologies for what happened at the launch of the game, but not only. In fact, timing has been offered for the arrival of DLC and next-gen upgrades of Cyberpunk 2077, as well as confirmation of the imminent arrival of the game's major corrective patches. To further expand the picture of the situation, the software house has also made available some statements in the form of FAQs, with which many issues have been addressed.

Among these is the return of Cyberpunk 2077 on PlayStation Store, in following Sony's decision to remove the game from its digital store. There is no big news on this front, with the team claiming to be working with the company to make this happen as soon as possible. CD Projekt RED also updates the public on the progress of the "Help Me Refund" program. On this, the team writes: "The initiative is proceeding according to plan and we have just sent the first wave of refunds". Updates by the software house also on the front of the crunch inside the studios. These are the statements on the matter: "The team is working to make significant fixes to the game without any mandatory overtime. Avoiding the crunch in all our future projects is one of our main priorities".



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