It's no secret the PS4 and Xbox One versions of Cyberpunk 2077 haven't been a hit due to poor graphics.
CD Projekt Red have now admitted the issues, and have stated what the plans for improvement are heading into the new year.
In a shared post, CD Projekt Red have issued an apology for the performance of the game on PS4 and Xbox One.
They then reveal a number of new updates are on the way not only to fix various game bugs but also to bring those versions closer to the optimal experience.
A small update will be released within the next seven days, which probably corresponds to Patch 1.05.
Patch 1.04 was released a couple of days ago (after three patches within 24 hours of release) and it introduced a couple of fixes to various campaign missions.
Larger updates will on there way in 2021, however, with Patch #1 arriving in January followed by Patch #2 in February.
Time for a refund?
The anticipation of the game was shown with its pre-orders, as these reached eight million copies.
This is more than double the reserves World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, the latest expansion of Blizzard's popular title.
However, the game's problems have caused outrage, and CD Projekt Red is now offering refunds on Cyberpunk 2077, less than week after release.
Players can opt for the return system offered by Playstation and Xbox if they purchased the game digitally.
For those who purchased a physical copy, they should go to their respective store or send an email to email@example.com for help.