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Cyberpunk 2077 was removed from Sony’s PlayStation Store following major outcry from players

Cyberpunk 2077 was removed from Sony’s PlayStation Store following major outcry from players
The Siliconreview
18 Decemebr, 2020

Cyberpunk 2077, one of the most anticipated games in 2020, made its debut on December 10th. Following the game’s launch, it has received heavy complaints about the buggy gameplay. Some of the gamers are receiving refunds for their digital copies too on Xbox, Steam, and PlayStation. Cyberpunk 2077 seems to have a few issues that are significantly affecting the graphics and gameplay experience on various platforms. Players have made a statement that PlayStation is now issuing a refund for the game following the complaints received from the players. As of now, Sony Corp. has decided to remove the game from its store, and it is also offering full refunds to make sure that the customers are calm.

The game was launched after much delay, and players are now really frustrated due to the poor performance. CD Projekt decided to initiate a refund for the players, but Sony went a step ahead and removed the game from its store. Shares of the devs also dropped significantly over the week. On Monday, a tweet was posted in regards to the console version of the game, and it was mentioned that they should’ve paid more attention to the flaws before releasing the game. A game being removed so quickly after launch is a very rare occurrence.