It has been six months because Sony gave it the boot.
On consoles, however, it is another story. The problem has been bad enough that Sony really banished the match in the PlayStation Store per week after it started, and provided full refunds to anyone who’d bought it there.
It has been something of an albatross about CD Projekt’s throat since. The studio was advancing the condition of the match with patches and repairs, also in April combined CEO Adam Kiciński dedicated to making it something”we could be proud of,” but there was no indication that Sony was ready to relent and allow Cyberpunk 2077 back onto its own storefront.
That’s now changed. Before now, six months following its elimination, IGN discovered that Cyberpunk 2077 was once more recorded on the PlayStation Store–just for wishlisting, however, not for buy –and today CD Projekt has verified it will return in next week.
It is a really dry, all-business statement, but it is a major deal for CD Projekt. In its latest quarterly report, the business made no bones about the importance of return into the PlayStation Store, stating that the financial outcomes of this CD Projekt Red branch”will considerably depend on the sales volume of matches set from the Cyberpunk and The Witcher universes,” and subsequently that earnings of Cyberpunk 2077 will likely be impacted mostly by two factors: The continuing release of upgrades and free DLC, and”the yield of Cyberpunk 2077 into the PlayStation Store.”
In the end of May, Kiciński reiterated his guarantee to flip Cyberpunk 2077 around, stating that”we want to stay up to what we promised.” Though the game has been out for half a year, he stated that almost half of their development group is still focusing on both present releases or the forthcoming next-gen variations.