- Sony will shut down its dedicated refund page for Cyberpunk 2077 on June 18;
- The game can still be returned in accordance with PS Store's standard refund policy.
It looks like Cyberpunk 2077 is slowly pulling itself together. We don't just mean more updates to eliminate bugs, but also Sony's attitude towards CD Projekt RED's game. The company is no longer unconditionally accepting refunds of the Polish studio's game. On June 18, the special website devoted to them will be closed.
This is related to Cyberpunk 2077 having been pulled from PlayStation Store. The game was withdrawn from sale because, according to Sony, it did not offer a satisfactory technical condition. In addition, the company guaranteed its customers the opportunity to return the gameunconditionally and get back the money.
From now on, the process will not be so simple. The dedicated web form that was set up to submit refund requests will be closed on June 18. However, that doesn't mean that getting a refund won't be possible from that point onward. Sony said that players will still be able to get a refund, but only through the standard dedicated channels and in accordance with PS Store's standard refund policy.
Perhaps this change is related to the talks that CD Projekt recently held with Sony. Adam Kicinski revealed that there are certain conditions that have to be met in order for Cyberpunk 2077 to return to the PS Store. It's possible that some of them have already been met, and this move on Sony's part is a sign of a thaw in relations between the two companies.
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