Sony Corp has temporarily suspended “Cyberpunk 2077” from its PlayStation keep following a flood of user complaints. The title was once one of the most hotly-anticipated video games of the year, the Financial Times reports.

What Happened: The game, which delayed its launch twice, went on sale on December 10. More than 8 million users had pre-ordered the game, retailing for $60, FT notes.

Post-release of the game, users mentioned issues with the game’s performance, especially on the legacy consoles like PS4 and Xbox One.

Sony is offering a full refund for all gamers who do no longer choose to wait for the company’s patch fix.

Microsoft Corporation has now not but removed the title from its Xbox store, and neither has Alphabet, Inc removed it from the Google Stadia.

Elon Musk used to be one among those who complained about the game’s overall performance on Twitter.

Why It Matters: It is no longer uncommon for games to launch fixes and patches after release, however, it is a first for a game of this size to be removed from the keep due to the best issues.

Sony Suspended Cyberpunk 2077

“Cyberpunk 2077” used to be developed by means of CD Projekt Red studio, which had apologized for the game’s overall performance issues and promised patches over the next few months. It used to be reported to be one of the most high priced video games ever made.

CD Projekt Red’s stock has fallen by means of greater than 30% on the Warsaw exchange due to the fact the game’s release.