Today CD Project Red released a statement via the Cyberpunk 2077 social media accounts addressing the game’s under performance on consoles. Since release players on console have found the game to be riddled with issues from the vast difference in the graphics compared to the next-gen consoles and PC, to various glitches and errors that can cause the game to crash completely.
The statement opens by apologizing for not showing the game running on current-gen console hardware at all before release, leaving players with no idea of how the game would look and perform on Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
CD Project Red promises to release a series of patches that will address the game glitches and bugs that cause crashes and improve game performance. Starting this week with minor patches, and two large patches coming in January and February that should address the bulk of issues on last-gen consoles. The company also vows to offer refunds to customers that are unsatisfied with the game.
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