CD Projekt RED apologizes for launching Cyberpunk 2077 in nearly unplayable state
The Cyberpunk 2077 launch has been far from smooth and while the console ports have been particularly disastrous, the PC version also has quite a few issues.
The console versions are bad enough that CD Projekt RED has issued an apology for the state of the game, promising an update next week and continuous fixes as they become ready, followed by bigger patches early next year.
Patch schedule: The two major upcoming updates will supposedly fix a lot of the performance and graphics problems plaguing the previous-generation console versions. They won't ever match the next-gen consoles or a high-end PC, but the experience should become a bit smoother. CD Projekt RED asks for patience, but will also help any customers who want a refund.
Assisted refunds: CD Projekt RED asks disappointed customers to “please use the refund system of PSN or Xbox respectively,” while physical copies should be returned to the retailer. If you have problems, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org and get help.