It’s been a rough launch for Cyberpunk 2077, but despite this the game has still sold well over 13m copies – even when you factor in the refunds.
In a note to investors, CD Projekt Red said the game reached the 13m mark on the 20th of december.
13m is the figure of retail sales across all platforms, it factors in all returns from physical and digital stores and all refund requests emailed directly to CD Projekt Red by the 21st of December.
The game went on sale on December 10, and has sold 13m copies in just 10 days. Despite the launch issues this will still be considered a success for the Polish Company. The game was removed from sale on the Playstation Store and over the weekend Microsoft put a warning message about performance issues on the games store page.
The sales figures haven’t been broken down by platform, but Cyberpunk has broken records on Steam, being the first single player game to reach one million concurrent players and is currently the fourth most popular title on the platform, with 254,767 current players today and peaking at 378,056.
It appears the ongoing refunds haven’t been enough to impact the sales performance. CD Projekt’s deadline for refunds was the 21st but Microsoft and Sony are still open to refund requests on their own online forms.