Almost two months have now passed since the arrival of Cyberpunk 2077 on the shelves of all stores and the beginning of the numerous controversies about the optimization of the game, a situation that forced CD Projekt RED to give the possibility to all PC and console players to ask for a refund.
Although around thirteen million units have been sold worldwide, it has never been clear to date how many users actually bought the product and then asked for a refund. To make up for the lack of official data, the YouTuber Upper Echelon Gamers launched a survey on its channel, which allowed to get an idea of the number of refund requests received by the Polish software house. In fact, according to the result of this survey, there would be about two million users who wanted to proceed with the refund, or about one sixth of the total number of buyers.
Although the figure that emerged from the survey is interesting, it should still be specified that this is not official data and that, in addition to being falsified by those who have perhaps created multiple accounts or found tricks to vote several times, they may not include the opinion of those who have subscribed to the refund but do not attend YouTube and do not know this content creator. In short, this estimate should be received with due attention.
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