Cyberpunk 2077 was delisted from the PlayStation Store after PlayStation determined it wasn't ready for the store. Digitally purchased copies of the game have been refunded several times since then. CD Projekt Red has been trying to get back into the PlayStation Store, so this newest update may benefit them.
Sony will take down cyberpunk 2077's refunds page on June 18, 2021. CD Projekt Red may have shown PlayStation evidence of an update to bring the game back to the PlayStation Store. Alternatively, the game may simply be too old for a refund.
PlayStation takes down Cyberpunk 2077 refund page
Sony has offered refunds to anyone who bought Cyberpunk 2077 six months ago, on December 10, 2020. This may be because console players received a game that was almost unplayable, buggy, and glitchy. CD Projekt Red has also offered refunds, but not for as long as Sony has.
Sony will end its support for refund requests via its processing page. An update to the site announced this. Should you remain unsatisfied with Cyberpunk 2077 after June 18, you will need to contact PlayStation Support if you believe you deserve a refund.
From changing their director to following whatever process PlayStation requires of them, CD Projekt Red has done a lot to appease fans of Cyberpunk 2077 and Sony. There still seems to be a controversy with every step forward. Investors have called for the CEO's resignation, and leakers have revealed how much of Cyberpunk 2077 should be in the players' hands. There is a big mess here.
CD Projekt Red can blame PlayStation all they want, but PlayStation puts gamers first by holding Cyberpunk 2077 responsible for its launch. When it comes to how many errors CD Projekt Red has made since launching, there's not much ground to stand on.