Cyberpunk 2077 launched last Thursday with a rough launch: after a critic found some scenes might activate epileptic seizures, we lastly got our very first take a look at the console variation working on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 – and the outcomes were, well, not excellent.
In action to criticism of the video game’s efficiency on last-gen consoles, CD Projekt Red has actually now released a declaration apologising for disappointing Cyberpunk 2077 working on Xbox One and PS4 – and has actually revealed that gamers can request for a refund of the video game if they’re dissatisfied.
“We wish to begin by apologising to you for disappointing the video game on base last-gen consoles prior to it premiered and, in effect, not permitting you to make a more educated choice about your purchase,” the declaration stated. “We need to have paid more attention to making it play much better on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.”
CDPR followed this by assuring to repair Cyberpunk 2077’s numerous bugs, and to enhance the total experience. One spot has actually currently been presented to deal with immediate concerns such as the braindance scenes recognized as a prospective epilepsy trigger, however another one will show up within the next 7 days, and 2 big spots are set to show up in January and February respectively. “Together these need to repair the most popular issues players are dealing with on last-gen consoles,” CDPR described. “They will not make the video game on last-gen appear like it’s working on a high-spec PC or next-gen console, however it will be closer to that experience than it is now.”
For those who do not wish to wait on the spots, nevertheless, CDPR states you can select a refund (which some individuals had actually currently begun doing on PS4, now it’s main). To do this for digital copies you’ll require to utilize either the PSN or Xbox refund system, while for physical copies you’ll require to get a refund from the shop where you made the purchase.
Also worth keeping in mind is that CDPR will continue to enhance the PC variation of the video game together with consoles, as you can see at the bottom of the declaration.
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Of course, while this is appealing news for those who are presently dissatisfied with their variation of the video game, it appears Cyberpunk 2077’s advancement group has a major quantity of deal with its hands to repair all these concerns. CDPR has actually currently come under fire for crunching its group for the majority of the year through Cyberpunk 2077’s numerous hold-ups, asking designers to work six-day weeks from September, and the news that numerous more spots are needed to repair the video game raises concerns about whether extreme crunch will continue for months post-launch.