Cyberpunk 2077 is returning to the PlayStation Store next week


The PC release of Cyberpunk 2077 was rough, but not disastrous. On consoles, though, it’s a different story. Metacritic tells the tale: The PC version has an aggregate rating of 86, compared to 57 on the PlayStation 4 and 61 on the Xbox One. The situation was bad enough that Sony actually banished the game from the PlayStation Store a week after it launched, and offered full refunds to anyone who had purchased it there.

It’s been something of an albatross around CD Projekt’s neck ever since. The studio has been improving the state of the game with fixes and patches, and in April joint CEO Adam Kiciński committed to making it something “that we can be proud of,” but there was still no sign that Sony was prepared to relent and let Cyberpunk 2077 back on its storefront.

Ouch.  (Image credit: Metacritic)

That has now changed. Earlier today, six months after its removal, IGN noticed that Cyberpunk 2077 was once again listed on the PlayStation Store—only for wishlisting, though, not for purchase—and now CD Projekt has confirmed that it will return in full next week.



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