Michał Nowakowski of CD Projekt RED stated that Cyberpunk 2077 could be added to PlayStation Store again.
Cyberpunk 2077, which was released with great hopes at the beginning of December 2020, was unfortunately disappointed by errors. In fact, there were so many serious errors in the game that Sony removed the Cyberpunk 2077 from PlayStation Store upon complaints and refunded it. CD Projekt RED, which tries to eliminate the errors in the game with the updates published from time to time, recently released the 1.2 update. Stating that they fixed more than 500 errors with this update of approximately 40 GB on the PC and the 29 GB console, the company made some important statements about when Cyberpunk 2077 will return to PlayStation Store today.
Stating that they are working hard to re-add the game to PlayStation Store at the investor meeting organized by CD Projekt RED, Michal Nowakowski, vice president of business development of the company, states that the final decision is still in the hands of Sony. However, Nowakowski pointed out that they fixed hundreds of in-game errors with the updates released, and emphasizes that these fixes bring the game closer to being released on PlayStation Store.
Expressing his full belief that the game will come back to PlayStation Store as soon as possible after all these published updates, Nowakowski says that they have been working hard for this.
For now, it is not known whether the game in question will be added to the PS Store again. However, according to the course of the recent updates, a move may come from the Sony front that will make CD Projekt RED smile.