Sony Removes Cyberpunk 2077 From PlayStation Store After Complaints


Sony did not immediately return a request for comment on Friday.

PlayStation’s decision to stop distributing Cyberpunk 2077, a role-playing game set in a crime-ridden dystopian megalopolis that has long been publicized as the Game of the Decade, came a week after the game’s release and a few days after the game’s release. User complaints about its issues and poor graphics on some platforms have attracted attention.

CD Projekt Red apologized on Monday for not showing the game, which costs $ 59.99, running on base models of the latest generation consoles before its release, removing the ability for gamers to make decisions knowledgeable in purchasing.

“We should have paid more attention to improving the game on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One,” the company said. Cyberpunk 2077 is also playable on the latest generations of consoles, like the Xbox Series X, as well as on PCs and Stadia, Google’s streaming game service.

CD Projekt Red, which had announced that it had received eight million pre-orders for the game, pledged to fix bugs and crashes that gamers were complaining about and said big fixes would arrive in January and February.

“Together, these items should solve the most important issues gamers face on the latest generation consoles,” the company said, adding that customers can also request a refund.


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