Cyberpunk 2077: Xbox offering refunds but won’t remove game from store

Microsoft won’t be taking down Cyberpunk 2077 from the Xbox digital store but has issued a warning about performance issues.

The biggest shock so far concerning Cyberpunk 2077 is that it’s been delisted from Sony’s PlayStation Store, as Sony has agreed to offer refunds for digital copies of the game.

All eyes were then on Microsoft to see if it would follow suit and it is… sort of. While Microsoft has also agreed to provide refunds to any Xbox owners dissatisfied with Cyberpunk 2077 it won’t be removing the game from its digital storefront.

However, it has added a brief warning to the game’s Microsoft Store page to alert any new players who may have somehow missed the entire Cyberpunk 2077 debacle.

‘Users may experience performance issues when playing this game on Xbox One consoles until this game is updated,’ the warning reads.

How do I get a refund for Cyberpunk 2077 in the UK?

If you’re an Xbox owner who’s yet to refund their copy of Cyberpunk 2077, you’ll want to visit the official Xbox website.

You’ll need to sign into your Xbox account first and, afterwards, simply follow the instructions provided to submit a request for a refund.

While maybe not as dire compared to what Sony did (since it means you currently can’t buy Cyberpunk 2077 digitally for PlayStation 4 at all), Microsoft’s decision to offer refunds only further highlights what a disaster the game’s launch has been.

Though it was a huge financial success for CD Projekt, word quickly spread about its poor performance and myriad bugs and glitches, especially on the base PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles.

In fact, in the aftermath of its launch, the company has been losing money to the tune of around $2.7 billion (£2.04 billion) following a massive drop in share prices.

Cyberpunk 2077 is available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Stadia. PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S versions are planned to release next year.

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