CDPR Promises to Improve Cyberpunk 2077 And Help With Refunds

Rizwan Anwer
Rizwan Anwer
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CD Projekt Red has had a very rough launch for Cyberpunk 2077. While the PC version is the least problematic version of the game, the company has just released a statement where they’re expressing commitments to fixing the game on the PS4 and Xbox One, and also help with the refund process for either store should Microsoft or Sony give you any issues.

CDPR is committing to Cyberpunk 2077

While the circumstances leading to the current situation is unfortunate, CD Projekt Red has just issued a statement where they’re taking full responsibility for the less than stellar launch of Cyberpunk 2077 on the PS4 and Xbox One.

The company issued the following statement on their official Twitter handle.

You can see from their statement that they are committed to bringing the PS4 and Xbox One version of Cyberpunk 2077 to a much better state. While it may not have the bells and whistles of the PC or the next-gen version, the company is dedicated to making the game more playable and visually appealing on the previous generation consoles.

The company has two major patches planned for the pipeline. After Patch 1.04 which was released a few days ago, the next big patches will be released in January and February 2021. Each accompanying patch will have its own set of patch notes and details regarding the issues this patch addresses.

In addition, the company is offering assistance with refunds with Sony and Microsoft should either party be giving you a rough time in getting your money back for the purchase. You can contact them at [email protected], but this offer will only last for a week, ending December 21, 2020.

In its current state, Cyberpunk 2077 is a mess of a game that is plagued by low FPS, low quality visuals, terrible texture pop-in, and other major bugs that are plaguing the game from being enjoyable for PS4 and Xbox One owners.

In the past, CDPR did have similar issues with The Witcher 3 at launch for the PS4 as well, but a myriad of patches made that game run like a well oiled machine on the console, so we have the utmost faith in CDPR delivering on their promise of improving Cyberpunk.

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