Cyberpunk 2077 is “closer” to return to PS Store, but it depends on Sony.
Michał Nowakowski, senior vice president of CD Projekt’s business division, assures that his return is the Japanese company’s decision.
A week after its rushed launch, Sony decided to remove Cyberpunk 2077 from the PlayStation Store. Accepting all returns during that process, the Japanese company reported that it “aims for a high level of consumer satisfaction”, so it chose to suspend the presence of CD Projekt RED’s game “until further notice”. This veto, for the time being, remains in effect, and, according to the Polish developer, the option to make it available again remains at the Japanese company’s discretion.
Precisely, Michał Nowakowski, senior vice president of CD Projekt’s business division, stated about it in a recent Q&A session with investors. In that regard, he explained, “Regarding this process, we have released multiple patches, we just released a really big one yesterday, and we have released a lot of fixes, and each of them brings us closer to getting back to the PSN Store. However, you must understand, the final decision belongs to Sony. We do believe we are closer than far but, of course, the final say is theirs, so let’s wait and see.”
However, Sony has not commented on the current situation of Cyberpunk 2077, which has indeed received a recent update with more than 500 changes. Of course, the game’s proposal is not yet in its ideal version but, despite this, CD Projekt RED continues to strive to achieve the vision that, for years, they promised to the entire industry.