Walmart Canada runs dissatisfied Cyberpunk 2077 Customers should contact the game’s developer, CD Projekt Red (CDPR), directly for a refund.
In a tweet of his’Walmart Canada Games‘, the retailer explained that it does not accept returns for open software. In other words, if you bought the game just to play it and encounter some of the numerous bugs and glitches, you won’t be able to get your money back. These types of software return policies can be extremely frustrating, especially with games like Cyberpunk They are plagued with launch issues.
If you bought Cyberpunk from Walmart and want a refund after trying the game, you’re not completely out of luck. CDPR recently issued a returns statement, noting that it will refund all owners of a physical or digital copy of the game with a valid proof of purchase and who want a refund, and CDPR will “do this with [its] own pocket if necessary. “
About # Cyberpunk2077 Refunds:
CD Projekt Red has provided the following email to return / refund your purchase until 12/21.
Walmart does not accept returns of open software, please contact the publisher directly based on your message. pic.twitter.com/gWC0XQc3TJ
– Walmart Canada Games (@WalmartCAGaming) December 18, 2020
Essentially, the company asked customers to try to refund their game through the retailer where they first purchased it, and if there is a problem, contact CDPR via ‘[email protected]’ before December 21. CDPR says it will provide anyone who contacts them with the next steps after the refund request submission window closes.
This comes after both Microsoft and Sony offered full refunds on Cyberpunk 2077 digital purchases through their respective stores: Sony even removed the game from the PlayStation Store. Both companies opted to do this due to widespread technical issues with the game, which were not prevalent on all systems, but seemed to affect the latest-gen consoles more.