Projekt Red CD chief likes tweets criticizing Sony for removing Cyberpunk 2077

Adam Badowski “href =” “> Adam Badowski, CD Projekt” href = “” > Projekt Red CD studio head, tweeted on Friday criticizing Sony Interactive Entertainment “href =” “> Sony for its Cyberpunk 2077 decision” href = “”>Cyberpunk 2077 from the PlayStation” href = “”> PlayStation Store.

Badowski, who is also the director of the Cyberpunk 2077 game, a total of seven responses were enjoyed Sony informed that Cyberpunk 2077 was pulled from the PlayStation Store and a full refund was offered to customers who purchased the game.

Sony announced the unexpected move on Friday, after a turbulent week for the Projekt Red CD based on criticism of Cyberpunk 2077’s performance on last-gen consoles.

One message the head of the studio likes what Sony calls a “rusty” decision. “The game can be played and of course it is a good game as far as I know,” it reads. “Why don’t you wait until they have released some of the pieces, updates, etc?”

Another user write: “Pulling the game from the shop? that’s a ‘I’m angry with a couple of rebates’ policy. The game works, but this was waayyyyy blown out of proportion with the media needing a few clicks. ”

A. the third message Badowski even criticized Marvel’s Avengers “hvel =” “> Marvel’s Avengers – another trouble-launching game – and questioned why Sony didn’t do the same thing against Square Enix “href =” “> Square Enix title.

The head of CD studio Projekt Red would like several tweets criticizing Sony.

“Interestingly, @PlayAvengers came out in a worse state then @CyberpunkGame and your boys did nothing. Avengers is effectively dead on all platforms making online play non-existent, as well as bad code. Where is the recompense of all these people? They’re fine. ”

Another message Badowski urged the owners of Cyberpunk 2077 not to return the game: “I tell everyone who bought the game. Don’t return it. CDPR will correct the errors. Every Witcher game was donkey when they came out to watch them now. “

Officially, CD Projekt Red has said that the decision to remove Cyberpunk 2077 came from a sale on the PlayStation Store after talks with Sony. “We are working hard to bring Cyberpunk 2077 back to the PlayStation Store as soon as possible,” he said this week.

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However, the founder of the games publisher No More Robots on Friday established that Sony’s action may have come back to CD Projekt’s suggestion that PlayStation 4 should “href =” PS4 players seek a refund, which he said was against his policy.

“It’s very likely that the day of the Projekt CD started asking people to go and get a refund, Sony contacted them immediately saying ‘we need to take your game off the store if you are asking people to get a refund ‘, and CDPR has then slowly, willingly, agreed, ” write Founder of No More Robots, Mike Rose.

“I don’t know for sure, of course, but maybe this is the event. The great thing about this CDPR is telling players to. Oppose PS policy, and b. Terrible PS support, not to mention PlayStation first. ”

Earlier this week, CDPR issued a statement saying it would help those seeking cashback and encourage customers to contact Sony and Microsoft.

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Shortly after the statement was released, many users reported that PlayStation and Xbox “href =” “> were refusing their Cyberpunk 2077 refund requests> then CD Projekt revealed that they had no specific agreement with Sony or Microsoft for the Cyberpunk 2077 refund.

On Friday, Microsoft announced that it was expanding its refund policy to offer a refund to all users who purchased a digital version of Cyberpunk 2077.

Cyberpunk 2077 is still for sale on the Xbox Game Studios (Microsoft) “href =” “> Microsoft Store, but with new warning warns of performance issues on consoles end-gen.

The troubled launch of Cyberpunk 2077 has led to Projekt’s CD shares falling over the past week and sweeping more than $ 1 billion off the wealth of the company’s founders.