The Cyberpunk 2077 launch has been a mess on consoles. With reports of hard crashes, bugs and poor performance on the base Xbox One and PS4 units, CD Projekt Red has entered damage control on its open world RPG.
First, the developer offered refunds via social media (the now-famous black font on a yellow background, which usually means ‘bad Cyberpunk news’) – and the developer also released a transcript of a conference call addressing issues with the game.
Honestly, it doesn’t make the situation seem any better.
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