The company is reporting that 13.7 million copies of the game sold in December with 56% of those coming on PC, 28% on PS4 and 17% on Xbox One. Kotaku reports that over 400,000 of those came from Australia.
The post-earnings report also says that only about 30,000 players were refunded through its “Help Me Refund” program, which definitely isn’t a lot when you factor in that 13.7 million copies of the game were sold. It’s unclear if this is including those that got refunds directly through retailers, which is likely to be a lot higher.
As of right now, Cyberpunk 2077 is still not on the PlayStation Store, with CD Projekt Red says that this will likely cause an unfamiliar dip in sales.
It’s well known at this point that the game launched in a very buggy state, but clearly that hasn’t had a massive impact on sales, but more likely a hit on CD’s reputation. We won’t really have a full picture for how this looks until the months and years ahead play out.