Cyberpunk 2077 is still causing problems on PS4 and Xbox One and a partially unfinished (because not exactly fluid) impression. Despite the subsequent discussions about refunds, the new game from the Witcher makers of CD Projekt RED is still a massive sales success.
Overall, after years of development, CD Projekt RED would certainly have wished for a smoother release of the sci-fi role-playing game Cyberpunk 2077. The performance problems on PS4 and Xbox One led to long discussions about refunds – and finally Sony and Microsoft also gave in to their stores accordingly. Despite everything, the developer should not be dissatisfied with the sheer numbers of the game.
As the company has now confirmed, over 13 million copies of Cyberpunk 2077 have now been sold worldwide – and that in just 10 days since the release on December 10, 2020. The impressive value includes both digital and physical sales, as well as the mentioned refunds. Accordingly, all versions that were returned by players due to the existing problems have already been deducted.
Since there were already over 8 million pre-orders before the release, Cyberpunk 2077 has sold at least 5 million more times since the release date.
Why were the figures published in such detail in this form? The copies sold are analyzed in the corresponding report because further investment decisions are to be made at CD Projekt on the basis of this. Therefore, the corresponding publication goes into more detail.