Cyberpunk 2077 Creators Apologize for Poor Xbox/PS4 Performance

Cyberpunk 2077 could have easily been the game of the year 2020 because it was highly anticipated for many months. Last week, it was released on PC, Xbox, and PlayStation consoles. It was a flop of its own kind. In fact, some commentators are already advising online buyers not to dole out money for this product. One headline read- Don’t buy Cyberpunk 2077 for a few months – major patches are coming in early 2021.

The game launched with a host of bugs, glitches, and performance problems. These issues almost made the game not suitable for playing on consoles. CD Projekt Red, the company behind the creation of Cyberpunk 2077 promised to roll out huge patches early next year. They have apologized, saying that they are sorry for first, not showing the game on base last-get consoles before it premiered, so that buyers could not make informed decisions before buying, and secondly, they should have paid more attention to making the gameplay better on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Cyberpunk 2077 Ray Tracing Nvidia
Cyberpunk 2077 Ray Tracing Nvidia

Before its release, there were multiple delays, and for that many of those who purchased the game didn’t expect and bugs nor glitches of the level reported. When offering the apology, the Polish developer also promised another patch in just seven days. Two other large patches should follow in the months of January and February 2021.

To make things better for buyers, the developer offers to give a refund to anyone who deems such if they want to return the game. However, the statement continues by clarifying that the organization will appreciate it if fans can give them a chance, by waiting for the issue until it is resolved.

Ahead of the official launch, about eight million Cyberpunk 2077 had been bought, which means profits already surpassed the game’s development and marketing costs. The game broke several records since its release.

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