Cyberpunk 2077 will return to the Sony PlayStation Store on June 21 - after nearly six months of missing the game. Recall that it was removed back in December 2021, almost immediately after the official release.
This was stated by the studio CD Projekt - more precisely, one of its developers. In a statement, Sony has agreed to restore the game to its online store. CD Projekt has yet to comment on the news officially, although Sony has confirmed that the Cyberpunk 2077 will be reinstated. Interestingly, in the comment itself, the company still does not recommend playing the brainchild of Polish developers on the PlayStation 4. According to Sony, you will still experience performance issues despite the latest updates. The company recommends using latest versions of consoles for a better game.
Recall that CD Projekt has been working hard to improve Cyberpunk 2077 since its release, when the game was met with a barrage of criticism. The studio has released many patches for all platforms, but the game still hasn't appeared in Sony's store. The developers said that there is already significant progress in stabilizing the game, but Sony remained adamant. The CEO of CD Projekt then said that the final decision still remains with Sony.
The video game Cyberpunk 2077 was released back in December last year after nearly ten years of development. The game had a great start due to the high expectations of gamers, but immediately received devastating reviews from critics and the players. The game was called "raw" due to numerous errors - and not only on consoles, but also on PC. In response to user complaints, Microsoft and Sony platforms offered players a refund for the purchased game, and Microsoft added a special warning to the Cyberpunk 2077 page. As a result, Sony decided to take a radical step and completely removed the game from its online store. After this, CD Projekt decided to postpone the launch of the multiplayer mode and spend all its efforts on improving the finished product. The studio stated that it was not going to postpone the game "on the back burner."