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  1. CDPR admits it “ignored the signals” of Cyberpunk 2077’s console issues Refund requests are dependent on console/retailer policies, CDPR says. Enlarge / People are complaining about situations like this in Cyberpunk 2077, but I'm not sure I see the problem. CDPR / Twitter 166 with 94 posters participating Amid widespread reports of major technical and gameplay problems in the PS4 and Xbox One versions of Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt Red is acknowledging that it took "the wrong approach" in development leadi
  2. Amid massive bugs, CDPR offers refunds for Cyberpunk 2077 on consoles Studio promises patches in next two months will fix “most prominent problems.” Enlarge / A Cyberpunk NPC is shown talking before his textures have fully loaded on the console version of the game. CCPR / @MrDelabee Twitter 150 with 103 posters participating Developer CD Projekt Red has issued an apology and offered a full refund to frustrated Cyberpunk 2077 players who are running into numerous issues with the console versions of the game. "We s
  3. (Bloomberg) -- Sales of Sony Corp. and Microsoft Corp.’s new gaming consoles fell short of their predecessors during their first week in Japan, suggesting persistent supply bottlenecks will hamper the debut of two of this holiday season’s most hotly anticipated gadgets. Sony sold 118,085 PlayStation 5 consoles from its debut on Nov. 12 to Nov. 15, roughly a third of the PS4’s performance over launch weekend, Famitsu estimated. Microsoft tallied 20,534 units of its Xbox Series X and S during the six days from its start on Nov. 10, also shy of the 23,562 that the Xbox On
  4. If you’re one of the many people who tried to get an Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5 earlier this week, you probably have some strong words for Microsoft, Sony, and every major retailer in your region right now. There’s no two ways about it: these launches have been disasters from the perspective of the consumer, and at this point, it seems likely that PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S are going to have stock issues for some time to come. Obviously, we’d expect new consoles to be popular, fast-selling items regardless of when they launch, but the pandemic we’re current
  5. Enter the Gungeon sales top three million. Exit the Gungeon, the spin-off to Enter the Gungeon launched for Apple Arcade in September 2019, is coming to consoles and PC in early 2020, developer Dodge Roll Games announced. The developer also announced that Enter the Gungeon has sold over three million copies across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PC, Mac, and Linux. Here is an overview of Exit the Gungeon, via its App Store page: Exit the Gungeon is a bullet hell dungeon climber immediately following the adventures of the misfit ‘Gungeo
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