‘Cyberpunk 2077’ is already on sale after eight years in development and multiple delays in this eventful 2020. Now we know that the CD Projekt Red game did not have its best performance within the consoles of the last generation, something that bothered to many users who hoped that after the delays this would be corrected, but no.
The game was released with many bugs that in some cases interfered with the user experience. In response to criticism, CD Projekt Red issued a statement
“We would like to begin by apologizing for not showing the game on the latest generation bade consoles prior to release, and consequently for not allowing you to make a more informed decision about your purchase. We should have paid more attention to make it work better on PS4 and Xbox One. “
‘Cyberpunk 2077’ and the controversy of backward compatibility
Similarly, CD Projekt Red promised to continue working to improve these versions of ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ in the coming weeks. The goal is to fix all bugs and deliver a much closer gaming experience than promised before users leave the game. A new patch is expected to arrive within the next seven days. Two other patches should arrive in early January and February, respectively. These patches will seek to improve the experience on last generation consoles, the two that have been most affected at the time of the launch of the title.
Regarding the refund of the money, those users who have a copy in digital format will have to use the refund system of PSN or Xbox. In the case of games in physical format, they will have to go to the stores where they bought the title. Unfortunately, the beginning of ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ is not what users who waited for eight years expected.
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