Refunds are being made due to Cyberpunk 2077's 'lousy' performance on PS4
Users who are not satisfied with the performance of Cyberpunk 2077 on PS4 started to be refunded by Sony. The game is currently in a very bad situation on PS4 in terms of visuals and performance.
- 13-12-2020 20:41
Cyberpunk 2077, the most anticipated game of recent years, is having a very interesting release period. The game has not been able to please the users, especially on the console side. In addition to the high number of bugs and errors, unfortunately, there is a very bad situation in terms of visual quality and performance. Sony, on the other hand, has now begun to issue refunds to users who complain about this poor performance.
According to comments on a topic opened on Reddit, dozens of PS4 users have successfully received refunds. It is stated that users call the Sony support line and report their complaints and a refund can be received shortly after contacting. On the complaint side, it was said that a more comfortable refund can be obtained, especially when expressions such as "the game is crashing and I cannot progress".
Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the most impressive games in the industry, especially visually. However, you need a very good PC to enjoy this visuality of the game. On the console side, the situation is unfortunately so bad that the great visuality on the PC is unreadable; There is an image as if you are looking at two different games.
Of course, this grave situation on consoles is not limited to visual limitations. We can say that the problems on the performance side are perhaps worse. Base PS4s have difficulty reaching 30FPS, while in busy scenes it can drop to 15 FPS. Although the PS4 Pro can reach 30FPS more often, there are still many drops in the frame rate.
Damn, Cyberpunk 2077 on base PS4 and Xbox One looks great pic.twitter.com/TCaUkDJGDc— Mike Drucker (@MikeDrucker) December 10, 2020
CD Projekt Red has outdone themselves. They somehow got #Cyberpunk2077 to run on my base PS4. It looks great! pic.twitter.com/TwnCXwZTI1— Akbar (@Arabman06725603) December 10, 2020