Cyberpunk 2077 will be returning to PlayStation Store’s digital store shelf come June 21st, according to a statement by developers CD Projekt Red.
Upon the game’s release, fans were immediately disappointed by the lack of polish the game had. Even more than that, the game was unplayable for some, especially those using base PlayStation or Xbox One consoles. Several companies and retailers began offering refunds. PlayStation pulled the game almost immediately from the PlayStation Store.
As the VGC reports, sales for the game are at least partially dependent on the return to the PlayStation Store. Michał Nowakowski, the company’s SVP of business development, stated back in March that “Sony’s decision is much awaited by gamers and we believe it may also influence purchasing decisions of not only those playing on PlayStation but also on other platforms.”
Since then, CD Projekt Red has been hard at work fixing the many issues with the game. Patch 1.23 released yesterday and with it came a plethora of major and minor bug fixes.
However, even with recent bug fixes, a Sony spokesperson told Axios that the company “recommends playing the title on PS4 Pro or PS5 for the best experience” as stability issues continue to plague the base PS4 version.
The saga of Cyberpunk 2077 continues…