Sony removed Cyberpunk 2077 from the PlayStation Store

Sony removed Cyberpunk 2077 from the PlayStation Store

Cyberpunk continues to raise dust. In just eight days since its premiere, the game has sold 15 million copies! Unfortunately, due to its initial bugs, it will be remembered as the first AAA game that Sony withdrew from its PlayStation Store. The decision is the result of an avalanche of complaints about the disastrous optimization for the PS4 console. CD Projekt Red reacted quickly and announced that it is ready to return the money to anyone dissatisfied.

 

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Over the next few days, complaints continued to arrive, but to Sony and Microsoft, who were initially extremely shy in accepting complaints. The good news for the disenfranchised masses is that last night the authorities from the Tokyo company changed their minds and decided to make this measure official. Anyone who is not willing to wait for February when it is supposedly the final of these annoying game updates can get their money back. Until that happens, Sony doesn't seem willing to sell it either, so Cyberpunk won't be in its online store's catalog until further notice.

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