Cyberpunk 2077 has been pulled from the Digital PlayStation Store

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The release of Cyberpunk 2077 has been one of the rockiest launches that I've ever seen. Bear in mind we saw the launch of No Mans Sky and Fallout 76 - which since both companies have done a massive amount to fix the issues that where seen at launch. But when we talk about Cyberpunk 2077 the story just seems to get worse and worse, with the developers releasing what feels like a new press statement every other day.

For those who have somehow missed any of the recent carnage, Cyberpunk 2077 launched on the 10th December. The game has been slated across reviewers for its poor optimisation and performance on the base models of the PS4 and Xbox One, whilst having a huge range of technical issues on the consoles beyond that, including PS5 and Xbox Series X | S. Since the release developers CD Projekt Red have released several press statements offering refunds for the game, and stating that they would be working hard to fix the game with 'big fix' patches releasing regularly. Problem is, that some customers have not been able to get their refunds through both Microsoft and Sony as the terms of the offer breach their respective refund policies.

Having enough of this situation (it seems) Sony has made a huge statement to the development team, by removing the game from it's store "until further notice". Check out their statement below:

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