In other words, one of the biggest games of the year (if not the biggest, given what the new consoles launched one) was released in such a bad state that the developers actively avoided showing specific versions of it and now have to issue refunds to people who bought those versions. Making video games is hard, especially in the middle of a pandemic and especially with the gap between high-end PCs and standard last-gen consoles bigger than ever, but that’s still quite a hole that CDPR is going to have to dig itself out of. After all, people who don’t take the company up on this refund offer are going to expect it to come through on these promises of improvements.