Cyberpunk 2077 players begin to receive refunds from developers

CD Projekt RED previously decided to allow players who felt abandoned by Cyberpunk 2077 to initiate refunds. Now, the company is fulfilling its promise. Some players have already started receiving their refunds.

Vice reported that several customers who originally asked for a refund have received a refund (many via PayPal), but have retained access to the game so they can continue to play the game.

This is exactly the opposite of the previous promise when the official confirmed that after the refund was processed, the retail version must be handed over or the game’s access rights must be canceled.

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Since the deadline of December 21, 2020, has passed, subsequent users can no longer apply for refunds. But if you can apply before the refund window closes, it looks like you may soon receive a refund for the digital version and the retail version.

The conditions are quite loose. Some customers can even transfer the Cyberpunk 2077 game to replace the device version with the PC version.

In the past few weeks, Cyberpunk 2077 has been receiving incremental updates. As CD Projekt RED works hard to fix the problems in the game, there will be more updates soon (the latest version 1.1 is launched today Major update), applicable to both PC and game console versions, but it will take some time to solve many problems.

Several different issues have been reported for this game, including program malfunctions, destructive bugs in the game, and lack of polish in overall details.

Although CD Projekt RED has promised to fix these problems, of course, it will take time. A lot of work needs to be done before the game is re-launched in digital stores such as Xbox and PlayStation online stores. On the other hand, it will take some time for players to restore trust in CD Projekt RED as before.

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