Cyberpunk 2077 was removed from the PlayStation Store at the end of 2020 after massive issues plagued the PS4 version of the game. It has been almost six months now and while CD Projekt RED has worked on issuing updates and fixes for the game, it is nowhere near where it is meant to be. With that being said, it seems that it may return to the PlayStation Store soon.
According to CD Projekt RED, the developer claims they are in the middle of the relisting process with Sony. While this does not indicate when the game will arrive back, it is good news for those waiting for it. During the latest CD Projekt RED quarterly financial call, the company said they cannot go into details on where they are in the process but they are in the middle of it. It kind of sounds like they could go into detail, right?
Keep in mind that a big aspect of the game’s return relied on issuing both large patches. Of which, CD Projekt RED has only released one back in early March. The second Cyberpunk 2077 patch has not been seen or heard of yet.
About getting back on PSN: CDPR says there are metrics Sony needs them to hit. “We cannot go into the details of where we are with that. But there is a process. We’re in the middle of [it]…conversations happening…the decision will be announced when it’s ready to be announced”
— Stephen Totilo (@stephentotilo) May 31, 2021
The developer announced earlier this year that their roadmap for the game focused on releasing both of these updates before working on the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S enhancement patch. They would then move onto the free and paid DLC. Those of you who have played Cyberpunk 2077 will know that it is far from the promised experience and that CDPR has their work cut out for them. Can Cyberpunk 2077 ever turn into the game they showcased originally? We have doubts.