CD Project Red broke its silence on the cluttered, glitchy versions of Cyberpunk 2077 on the Xbox One and PS4, apologizing not only for the technical state of the game, but for actually hiding these versions from the public, allowing only reviewers to play the game on the PC before launching. The developer posted his apology on Twitter this morning, and now it looks like it has begun the long, arduous process of making edits. Means refund, and patches means:
Although people are already getting a refund on Xbox, Steam and PlayStation, it is usually quite difficult, which indicates a more formal commitment to a refund on this note. Xbox Live, which means PSN or regular retailer, tells the company that you should first try to get your refund from the retailer who bought the game, but if that doesn’t work, it will try to speed up the process. If you can not get a refund through regular channels, you can send an email to [email protected] until December 21.
And then there are the patches. The developer will continue to work to improve the quality of the game on all platforms, with another round of updates coming next week. In fact, as far as we can imagine things will get better, CD Project Red represents two major patches, first in January and then in February. Together, the developer says, “these should address some of the major issues facing gamers on last-generation consoles.”
“They may not see the game in the last-gen as they do on a high-spec PC or next-gen console, but it’s closer to that experience than it is now,” the developer adds.
We will see exactly what happens. It is advisable for the developer to resolve these issues, Which is basically not enough for the fact that it has released a game that does not work for a large number of people who play it, and it hides that fact — it should be known — before starting. Two weeks before the start, CEO Adam Cassis said the game ran “surprisingly well.” On Lost-Gen consoles, he may not have known at the time. He was still shocked that he was not Even worse, However, that statement reads very misleading.
I hope this game is consistent over the last generation, but it’s a long way off before it happens, and I’ll not count on anything until these updates actually come out. If you are dissatisfied with the game you got, Smart Money means it is very easy to get a refund during this period, and then make a decision about buying again after these patches are over. Otherwise you are waiting for an unpredictable result.