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Cyberpunk 2077 Developer Apologises to Console Gamers for Buggy Release

CD Projekt RED has apologised to PS4 and Xbox One Gamers for the buggy release of Cyberpunk 2077 in a statement posted on the games twitter account and said they should have given it more attention.

The developer has promised to fix the bugs and overall performance with 3 updates.  One will be coming in the next 7 days, the other 2 patches will be large ones which will be coming in January and February next year. They have advised anyone not happy should refund the game from where they purchased it from.

They have also said the PC version will also get fixes and improvements.

Source: Funky Kit

 

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