Cyberpunk 2077 Xbox Refund Policy Ends In July

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The most surprising aspect of Cyberpunk 2077's rocky launch is its long return policy. Console players were not able to play a game that worked very well, so Xbox and PlayStation offered refunds. This option was available on both platforms for half a year after the game was released.

CD Projekt Red has finally met the bare minimum requirement to get their game back on the PlayStation Store. They have also met the bare minimum to have a game that cannot be refunded after being played because both PlayStation and Xbox have announced the closing of their refund policies. PlayStation's closed this month, while Xbox's will close next month.


Cyberpunk 2077 Xbox Refunds will end after July 6th

As of the first week of July, Xbox users will no longer be able to refund purchases of the perennially troubled Cyberpunk 2077. CD Projekt Red continues to improve its controversial RPG, which was released at the end of 2020. Finally, having a game that console makers consider playable should only be the first step in their update plans.

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An ample warning has been placed on the PlayStation Store for Cyberpunk 2077, noting that it still isn't quite playable on a standard PS4. According to Sony, in order to have fun with Cyberpunk 2077, it is advisable to play the game on an advanced console. However, it wasn't done with hard work and improvements, as CD Projekt Red took out a lot of the game from it to make it run at a more stable frame rate, leaving the game feeling empty in the process.


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Microsoft seems to be backing off a bit since the updates. To prevent people from getting back their money after playing a game for a long time, Microsoft generally limits the amount of time you can play the game before getting a refund. This wasn't the case for Cyberpunk 2077 because if it was purchased through the Microsoft Store, it is available for a full refund to anyone who doesn't like it.

Microsoft will no longer allow this exception. Refund policies for this title will revert to standard after July 6. Despite ongoing disappointment from fans, the game will be supported through 2021, with versions for PS5 and Xbox Series X coming later in the year.

Until then, hurry and claim your refund if you still want it here.