CDPR admits it didn’t spend enough time looking at PS4 performance.
Whether you’re enjoying Cyberpunk 2077 or not, there’s no question the role-playing game’s launch could have gone better. While the title’s reasonably playable on next-gen consoles like the PlayStation 5, it’s sub-par on a PS4 Pro and borderline unplayable on a standard PS4. Considering the release was originally scheduled to deploy in April, it’s an unfathomable turn of events.
CD Projekt RED has, in the aftermath, not exactly helped itself. Despite turning a profit on day one due to amassing eight million pre-orders, it’s since passed the buck to Sony, suggesting that fans will be eligible for PS Store refunds when they actually aren’t. While this has flagged a gaping flaw in the Japanese giant’s refund policy, the Polish developer hasn’t exactly come out of this smelling of roses.
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