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Cyberpunk 2077: Sony pulls game from PlayStation Store after complaint | Game

In response to complaints about bugs, compatibility issues, and even health risks, Sony has announced that it will remove the popular Cyberpunk 2077 from PlayStation stores around the world because of “customer satisfaction.”

“SIE (Sony Interactive Entertainment) is committed to ensuring a high level of customer satisfaction and will begin offering full refunds to all gamers who purchase Cyberpunk 2077 from the PlayStation Store,” the company said. Stated in a statement.

Posted on international PlayStation sites such as the United States and Australia.

“SIE will also remove Cyberpunk 2077 from the PlayStation Store until further notice.”

The dystopian-themed title was reportedly one of the most expensive video games ever made, and its release was highly anticipated.

However, on Monday, the game’s Warshau-based maker CD Projekt RED apologized and vowed to patch in January and February to “fix bugs and crashes,” and the rollout is far from smooth. was. Offer refunds to gamers I don’t want to wait.

The release of the game was postponed twice this year, and CD Projekt RED was forced to add a health warning after one reviewer complained that it had caused an epileptic seizure.

The company said last week that it was considering a “more permanent solution” to address health risks “as soon as possible.”

Despite the problem, the entertainment rating website Metacritic gave Cyberpunk 2077 87 out of 100 based on 69 reviews, “Power, charm, and power-obsessed megalopolis, Night City. An open-world action-adventure story set in “Body Modification”.

However, the ratings posted on the site by gamers were not very bright, with Cyberpunk 2077 scoring 7.0 out of 10 based on reviews from 20,544 users.

According to analysts at the Polish bank BOS, CD Projekt RED spent an estimated 1.2 billion zloty ($ 330 million) to create Cyberpunk 2077. This makes it one of the most expensive games ever.

The company has become world-famous thanks to The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt, which was a huge success five years ago. This is a gloomy fantasy where heroes who defeat monsters are endowed with superhuman powers.

However, it has lost billions of dollars since the launch of Cyberpunk 2077 last week.