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Microsoft Lists Cyberpunk 2077 With A Label Warning Of Potential Performance Issues

Microsoft is now listing Cyberpunk 2077 on its digital games store with a label warning of potential performance issues on Xbox One. Numerous Xbox and PS4 players have reported lots of bugs and performance issues with the game since its launch last week.


“Users may experience performance issues when playing this game on Xbox One consoles until this game is updated,” the warning reads. The company issued a statement suggesting that players could get refunds for the game. However, that is not so straightforward given Sony and Microsoft’s strict policies for issuing refunds on digital games.


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The warning label Microsoft put on the Cyberpunk 2077 listing on its digital store.


Cyberpunk 2077 developer, CD Projekt Red, had earlier said people unsatisfied with their purchase on the PS4 or Xbox One should request a refund.

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Sony began offering full refunds of Cyberpunk 2077 and removed the game entirely from the PlayStation Store on 17th December 2020. Microsoft also began offering full refunds of digital sales, but the game is still in its Store. And on Friday, Microsoft added a warning label appeared on the Cyberpunk 2077 listing.


The game’s developer, CD Projekt Red, is committing to releasing patches that will improve Cyberpunk 2077. The company already released one post-launch update. The studio also said another update is “coming within the next 7 days,” in a 13th December statement. That update came on Friday 18th December 2020’s evening.


CD Projekt Red is still planning more patches for January and February 2020. “Together these should fix the most prominent problems gamers are facing on last-gen consoles,” the company said.



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