GameStop does a variety of ways so that players can return copies of Cyberpunk 2077 with a memo reminding the stores that they will accept returns even for open copies.

While physical profits have always been easier to manage than digital profits, given that every console develops and announces a single return policy for Cyberpunk 2077, GameStop is always ready to remind. We think real retailers can do the same.

Perhaps, unfortunately, one of the most highly anticipated games of 2020 quickly turned out to be one of the most disappointing games of the year, just over a week away from that year.

With over eight million pre-orders, coupled with early sales, Cyberpunk 2077 is guaranteed to be a huge hit in the gaming arena. As players finally got into the game, the backlash increased in player count as millions of players were introduced to a game that was struggling to run or simply unable to run.

This backlash is compounded by the fact that very few original reviewers fully mention bugs that impact a lot on the final experience of the game, not even an initial review has been given for Cyberpunk 2077 version on console.

Players, believing themselves effectively deceived for lack of information, have gathered their outrage online where players, retailers, and game designers can all hear.

The backlash was so intense that CD Projekt Red could do nothing but a refund.

For the majority of players who purchased Cyberpunk 2077 on the console, there are now options to act on your dissatisfaction and return the game.

It may take several months for CD Projekt Red to finally fix Cyberpunk 2077 on the console, with patches slated for release next January. Each new patch comes with a slew of content informing players of what has been fixed, what still needs to be fixed, and the likelihood that it will be fixed.