Cyberpunk 2077 pulled from PlayStation Store, refunds offered


CD Projekt Red has issued a similar statement, saying refunds are there as a choice for players who want their money back. They will continue to update and improve the game.


Just after a week of being launched, bugs and all, Sony has pulled Cyberpunk 2077 out from the PlayStation Store, with a message reading “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.”

That’s pretty wild, huh? When is the last time this happened? It’s an unprecedented move for sure, especially for a game that was long touted to be Game of the Year.

If you purchased the game digitally and are hoping to get your money back, Sony has provided a LINK you can go to but it seems that not all regions are supporting this as of writing. If you purchased a physical version though, you can check THIS out instead.

Here’s a screenshot of the page from the US site:

If you’re trying to access the LINK to the refunds page, you’ll be met with an error404 which says that the page does not exist, leading you to the Sony PH store.

Needless to say, if you’ve downloaded the game, do not delete it (for now) as you won’t be able to re-download it again since it isn’t on the store anymore. You won’t lose your license to it, you just can’t download it again.

Well, CDPR did say 2 years ago that the game is going to be a meme…

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