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CDPR Only Received 30K Refund Requests for Cyberpunk

  • 22 April 2021
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CDPR Only Received 30K Refund Requests for Cyberpunk
Since they sold over 13.7 million copies and took in 560+ million in profit in 2020, the 30,000 refunds amounted to 2.2 million, a drop in the bucket. As I stated a while back the refunds are going to be insignificant in the big picture. And they were, here is the report from PC Gamer;

56 percent of Cyberpunk 2077 sales went to PC and Stadia, according to figures revealed in today's full-year financial report, while the PS4 accounted for 28 percent and the Xbox One claimed the remaining 17 percent. Across all platforms, nearly three-quarters of the copies sold—73 percent—were digital. That helped propel GOG, CD Projekt's digital storefront, to what was far and away its best quarter, and best year, ever.

CD Projekt confirmed its recent financial predictions, reporting total revenues of $563 million on the year, resulting in profits of roughly $303 million. The report also reveals that CD Projekt's refund program for Cyberpunk 2077 ended up costing it roughly $2.2 million, a tidy sum but a tiny slice of the overall pie—certainly not enough to have any meaningful impact on its fortunes.

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