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News video games 18 December 2020, 22:00

author: Agnes Adamus

Microsoft Expands Refund Policy for Cyberpunk 2077

Microsoft has decided to expand its return policy for Cyberpunk 2077. The game returned by anyone who has bought it digitally from the company's official store.

Today we wrote about Sony pulling Cyberpunk 2077 from PlayStation Store and offering a refund to anyone who bought the title. As it now turns out, Microsoft has also decided to take action to enable dissatisfied customers to get a refund for CD Projekt RED's game. However, in this case it was not decided to withdraw the game altogether.

  1. Xbox - refund policy

As we can read in the official Twitter account of the Xbox brand, the range of refunds has been expanded for Cyberpunk 2077. The title can be returned by anyone who purchased their digital copy from Microsoft Store. To do this, go to the order history tab and select an option there for the selected transaction: "Submit a refund request" (you can find the details here).

Cyberpunk 2077 was released on December 10 this year. The launch was accompanied by huge technical problems - especially in versions for last-gen consoles. This caused a wave of discontent among the players, which translated into low ratings on these platforms.

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  3. Cyberpunk 2077 - game guide
  4. Cyberpunk 2077 - official website

Agnes Adamus

Agnes Adamus

Associated with since 2017. She started with guides and now mainly creates for the newsroom, encyclopedia, and marketing. Self-proclaimed free-to-play games expert. Loves strategy games, simulators, RPGs, and horrors. She also has a weakness for online games. Spent an indecent number of hours in Dead by Daylight and Rainbow Six: Siege. Besides that, she likes horror movies (the worse, the better) and listen to music. Her greatest passion, however, is for trains. On paper, a medical physicist. In fact, a humanist who has loved games since childhood.