“We are not in such discussions with Microsoft at the moment,” says joint-CEO Adam Kicinski.
The saga of the console versions for CD Projekt RED’s Cyberpunk 2077 continues, with Sony recently delisting the PS4 version from the PlayStation Store and offering full refunds. As for whether Microsoft would follow suit and remove the Xbox One version, there are currently no plans for the same. Speaking to Reuters, joint-CEO Adam Kicinski said that, “We are not in such discussions with Microsoft at the moment.”
One can still avail of refunds for the Xbox One version, though your mileage may vary. Following Sony’s delisting of the title, shares for CD Projekt RED dropped by almost 20 percent. Though they had stabilized this past Tuesday following the last drop, the company’s founders still lost more than $1 billion in from their own wealth.
For more details on the console version of Cyberpunk 2077, check out our review here. The PC version has been met more positively though some fans are still troubled over the game’s lack of marketed features. CD Projekt RED has confirmed two major updates for the console versions in the coming months with the promise that they will be in a “good, playable, stable” state.