Shortly after the game’s disastrous launch in December last year, Microsoft began offering extended support to buyers of the Xbox version of Cyberpunk 2077.
Unlike Sony, Microsoft never removed the CD Projekt RED game from its digital stores, but immediately allowed its customers to switch to extended refunds. However, several months after the debut and following the publication of numerous corrective patches, the Redmond giant has decided to restore its refund policy towards Cyberpunk 2077 to normal.
“The CD Projekt RED team continues to work hard to improve the Cyberpunk 2077 experience on Xbox and to publish multiple updates”, we read through a note published by the US company. ” With these updates in mind, Microsoft will revert to its standard Cyberpunk 2077 digital refund policies starting July 6, for both new and existing purchases. “
A decision that comes just days after the much-desired return of Cyberpunk 2077 on the PlayStation Store. Although the title no longer presents the serious problems of the launch, on old-gen consoles the experience could still be somewhat unstable, which is why Sony has advised against playing Cyberpunk 2077 on the standard PlayStation 4.