Sony removes cyberpunk 2077 from the store and offers refunds to users

The most anticipated release of the year is becoming a nightmare for some users. Cyberpunk 2077 performance on some consoles is unfortunate.

And while CD Projekt Red has promised to release patches in the coming months to fix these issues, some players don't want to wait. And this isn't just affecting users. Sony no longer wants to deal with this issue and has removed the game from the PlayStation Store.

Sony removes Cyberpunk 2077 from PlayStation Store

If you're looking for Cyberpunk 2077 on the PlayStation Store, you'll no longer find the purchase option in any of its sections. Sony has withdrawn the game, as mentioned on its Twitter account, this is not the experience they want to provide to its users:

SIE strives to ensure a high level of customer satisfaction, and we will start offering a full refund for all players who have purchased Cyberpunk 2077 through PlayStation Store and want a refund

And to make it easier for users to claim a refund, Sony has created a special page to start the process. Just log in to this link. You will need to log in with your account and complete a small form for the Sony team to begin the process of verifying the order and granting the disbursement.

In this way, Sony begins the disbursement process for all users who claim, setting aside the confusions that occurred these previous days. Some users tried to access the refund, but apparently, the support was not processing the process but encouraged to wait for future updates.

Sony hasn't mentioned any more details about it, so it's not yet known when Cyberpunk 2077 will be available again on PlayStation Store. You may expect the long-awaited patches promised by CD Projekt Red to ensure optimal performance and is no longer a headache for users.

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