What you need to know
- CD Projekt Red's chief exec has reportedly told Reuters the studio is not currently in talks with Microsoft to pull Cyberpunk 2077 from Xbox.
- It comes after Sony removed the game from the PlayStation Store and started offering customers refunds.
CD Projekt Red's Chief Executive has told Reuters it is not currently in talks with Microsoft over pulling Cyberpunk 2077 from the platform.
The news comes after Sony announced it had pulled the game from the PlayStation store and was offering refunds to PS4 and PS5 customers. From Android Central :
CDPR has acknowledged the decision and stated that it is working hard to bring the game back to the PlayStation Store as soon as possible. It still available for physical purchase, in the meantime.
As noted in our Cyberpunk 2077 review the game is plagued by "an immense amount of small bugs" that distract from the immersive world of the game. Furthermore, many users have complained of subpar performance on previous-generation Xbox One and PS4. While next-generation consoles deliver a more refined experience, they're still far from the anticipated experience promised by the studio.
Hurry Microsoft, promote Cyberpunk as your next-gen exclusive before it's back on the Sony store. :p
*Laughs out loud*
Missed opportunity to pull a Sony white text disclaimer. "*Not available on other platforms for a limited time after release on PS5, sorry, Xbox Series"
Good. While it does have some annoying bugs, overall play, control, and looks are fantastic on the One X. I would hate to not be able to get it on my console just because those with One or One S don't have an ideal experience.
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