SIE (Sony Interactive Entertainment) has just shaken the community by announcing that they would remove Cyberpunk 2077 from the PlayStation Store "until further notice". This is probably the harshest response for a faulty launch yet - not even Fallout 76 and No Man's Sky was dealt with like this.

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Cyberpunk Glitch on PS4

All players of Cyberpunk 2077 on PS4 (or on PS5 via backward compatibility) would be able to get refunds for purchasing the game. If you haven't completed the game on PS4 yet, do it now as fast as possible and refund - you would get to play the game for free that way.

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Why is Sony treating Cyberpunk 2077 like this?

Overall, this launch of the game on current generation consoles has been a massive failure - the game is reported to crash constantly on the PS4... and when the visual/quest bugs come into the picture, it is pretty much literally unplayable. This has sparked a wave of outrage amongst fans, with many expressing their disappointment on the internet.

Sony, in collaboration with developer CD Projekt RED, has made this move to stem down the tide of angry fans. This is the first time SIE has decided to remove a AAA game entirely until further notice. This treatment usually only applies to games that have broken the law in some way.

What would happen next?

The game would be removed until performance patches are out enough for it to be deemed "playable" on consoles. This act of Sony might prompt Microsoft to do the same on their platform.

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