Sony PlayStation pulled off the hitmaker of CD Red Projekt, CyberPunk 2077, from their PlayStation App Store. PlayStation representatives confirmed.
Sony PlayStation announced that they pulled off the hitmaker of CD Red Projekt, CyberPunk 2077, from their app store. PlayStation will offer refund for every players. In order to do so, players will have to sign in the site of PlayStation and submit a refund request.
On Thursday, the company from Japan announced the news.
Sony also said that players might struggle with refunding process right now.
There is a long line of players waiting for the refund, and the company from Japan suggested player can try on another day.
PlayStation recommended that they would put the game of CD Red Projekt back to the store again. However, they said they needed to take a look at it again and make sure it meet the demanded satisfaction.
CyberPunk 2077 was pulled off from the store since it struggled with bugs so often. Though the game was only released in about one week, players recognized so many bugs happened within the game.
Distracting visual glitches and crashes occurred in the game were reported by a numerous amount of gamers worldwide. PlayStation 5 provided a more stable connection to the game. Sadly, it is still not pleasing at all playing a game with so many bugs.
The returning date of CyberPunk 2077 to PlayStation App Store is unclear, but hopefully, gamers won’t have to wait too long for the product.
CD Red Projekt also expressed their pity about the removal of their product from PlayStation App Store. However, the gaming developer totally understood that decision and said that an upgrade patches coming this January and February should be able to solve things out.
CyberPunk 2077 was release on Dec. 12th but soon was pulled off from the App Store of Sony.