CD PROJEKT RED to Release Major Patch for Cyberpunk 2077 on Dec. 21, as Studio Founders Lose $1 Billion over Buggy Launch

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Vice has shared a memo from Gamestop that confirms Cyberpunk 2077 will be receiving a patch on Monday to address some of the sci-fi RPG’s more serious issues. The punctuality isn’t all that surprising, as CD PROJEKT RED is currently under heavy fire for releasing the game on consoles despite knowing exactly how buggy the PS4 and Xbox One versions are.

“CDP will issue a patch on 12/21 that should be a major fix to address customers’ concerns about Cyberpunk 2077,” the memo reads.

“If customers are still unhappy and want to return their product, they should be directed to send an email to: for reimbursement directions and refunds issued directly from CDP. The complete CDP message to Cyberpunk customers can be found here:

The news follows on the heels of a Bloomberg report that claims CD PROJEKT’s major owners—Adam Kiciński, Marcin Iwiński, Piotr Nielubowicz, and Michał Kiciński—lost more than $1 billion in wealth over Cyberpunk 2077’s technical glitches and bug-riddled launch.

“There is now huge scar on the reputation of both the studio and its management,” BOS Bank SA Tomasz Rodak said in an email. “In only a couple of days, CD Projekt fell from the most adored studio to the most hated one. Restoring trust is not impossible, but would need much time and effort.”

Tsing Mui
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