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Sony responded to the wrong launch of Cyberpunk 2077 And CD Projekt Red’s apology / encouragement to frustrated players to request a refund by taking an unprecedented drastic step. The company hasn’t just set up a special process for PlayStation owners to request an automatic refund if they wish. Withdrawn Cyberpunk 2077 From the entire PlayStation Store.

If you already own it on your PS4 (or PS5) you can still play it, and any updates still arrive your way, but nobody can buy a digital copy on PlayStation “until further notice”. The demand for refunds seemed to be so dizzying that some people just had no access to Sony’s model at first. CD Projekt Red has already promised a pair of major updates to start 2021, which it says will address issues with previous-generation consoles, but now some gamers have no choice but to wait.

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