As of December 20th, Cyberpunk 2077 has sold over 13 million copies, that’s after most of the refund requests were accounted for. This was announced by CD Projekt Red today.
It includes all the retail and digital sales across all platforms and factors in the refunds submitted by both digital stores and brick-and-mortar storefronts, but not those submitted to CD Projekt Red themselves.The company also sited the reasoning for releasing these numbers, mainly because of the “potential impact on investment-related decisions.”
Cyberpunk 2077 launched on December 10th, selling 8 million copies of the game in preorders alone, recouping the company’s costs before the game even released. Those who asked for refunds were dealing with major performance and technical problems, especially on the base Xbox One and PS4 systems.
CD Projekt Red, Sony and Microsoft allowed for refunds far beyond the normal refund perimeters. The game was so problematic for PlayStation 4 users, that Sony opted to remove the game from the PlayStation Store for an indefinite period of time.