Not only have users had it with Cyberpunk 2077, but Sony has also decided to pull Cyberpunk 2077 from the PlayStation Store after numerous complaints and money-back requests from a large number of customers who were disappointed by the quality of the game. Users have flooded social media with hilarious in-game clips revealing all sorts of bugs.

SIE strives to ensure a high level of customer satisfaction, and we will begin to offer a full refund for all gamers who have purchased Cyberpunk 2077 via PlayStation Store and want a refund. Please visit the following link to initiate the refund: — Ask PlayStation (@AskPlayStation) December 18, 2020

The company acknowledged its mistake in not allocating more resources to the development of the console version of the game, but at this point, all they can do is to offer refunds. There will be fixing patches out in the near future, but whether or not these can have a strongly positive impact on the player’s experience and how quickly remains to be seen.

‘Cyberpunk 2077’ is actually not that bad on the PC, but the console versions of the game are truly highly problematic. Twitter has a trending hashtag with bugs from the game, and some posts are quite funny. We understand that people bought the game to enjoy its immersive story, and it can be very frustrating when they realized they were treated like paying beta testers.

damn Cyberpunk really got them next gen driving physics#Cyberpunk2077bugs

— notjuly (@June_BAAO) December 11, 2020

At the same time, scammers are there to exploit the buzz and push ransomware masqueraded as the Android version of the game. Those who are gullible enough to believe this absurd claim download “CodeWare,” a weak yet annoying ransomware.

Source: Bleeping Computer

Still want to play Cyberpunk 2077? Do your research, be patient, and buy it from the official channels of distribution!


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