Cyberpunk 2077 developer offers refunds, Apple launches Fitness Plus service
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The company behind the video games cyberpunk 2077 is offering refunds to players that are disappointed in the game's low quality buggy experience on the PlayStation four and Xbox One consoles.
The game developers also pledging to fix bugs and crashes.
In upcoming patches, cyberpunk 2077 has been the most highly anticipated game of the year, and it has been long delayed.
But shortly after the game released on Thursday, ps4 and Xbox One users flooded social media with complaints about non stop graphic glitches, slow performance and crashes.
The company behind the game CD Projekt RED issued a statement saying that it should have paid more attention to make it play better on ps4 and Xbox One.
Meanwhile, Apple's new workout class subscription service launched this week.
It's called Apple fitness plus, and the program blitz users workout to pre recorded exercise classes.
While the Apple watch keeps tabs on progress and shows your status right on top of the video during the workout.
It launched with 10 different types of workouts including ones that involve a machine if you happen to have one at home, the program costs $10 a month or $80 per year.
And for you last minute gift hunters time is running out to order some items online.
A number of online retailers are saying that orders placed now will not be delivered in time for Christmas.
But we still have you covered with many options for items that will come in time over at cnet's last minute Gift Guide.
And you can always stay up to date with the latest by visiting Cnet.
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