Ivinski went on to explain, from his point of view, how the game started with so many bugs in the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One that it often could not be played. One week after the game’s release date, Sony withdrew it entirely from the PlayStation Store and offered a refund to anyone who wanted it. Microsoft has also offered a refund for the damaged Xbox players, and CD Projekt Red is facing lawsuits for allegedly misleading investors and gamers.
In the video, Iwiński said, in essence, that the team was too ambitious with the PC version of the game, which served as the basis for the console version and proved too taxing for eighth-generation hardware. The in-game streaming system has been a constant headache for the console team, and developers have missed a ton of bugs while testing their various versions, according to Iwiński.
Along with the apology video, CD Projekt Red set out a written version of Iwiński̵