Six months later Sony pulled Cyberpunk 2077 from PlayStation Store, PlayStation 4 and PS5 owners will soon be able to purchase a digital RPG version. As they say Chasing, CD Projekt Red revealed in an official announcement that Cyberpunk 2077 will be available on the PlayStation Store from June 21st.
“In accordance with Report no. 66/2020 of December 18, 2020, CD Projekt SA’s Management Board with a registered office in Warsaw is publicly announcing Sony Interactive Entertainment’s proposal to restore digital access to digital content. Cyberpunk 2077 on the PlayStation Store, effective June 21, 2021, “the announcement they read.
However, don’t expect the game to run smoothly on the bottom of the PS4 yet. Sony told Polygon in a statement that the work crisis will continue as the CDPR improves stability across all platforms. In the meantime, Sony is showing off the game Cyberpunk 2077 on PS4 Pro or PS5 instead.
Sony dropped the game behind him a week later Cyberpunk 2077Stone start and gave the players back. The game was in its infancy full of bedbugs and many PS4 and Xbox One players experienced major difficulties in their operation. Microsoft also provided funding, but added a warning to Cyberpunk 2077 store page of what can happen on Xbox One instead of listing them.
CD Projekt Red has released several Cyberpunk 2077 hotfixes are large patches from December. The RPG in the end seems to be strong enough to satisfy Sony, although it doesn’t go well with the hope of the PS4.
PS5 and Xbox Series X / S owners can play Cyberpunk 2077 through back connections. A free upgrade that enhances the game on modern console is yet to come later this year.
While the studio can breathe a sigh of relief at the arrival of the PlayStation, it is still struggling with another major issue. It was collision and redemption earlier this year. Last week, the CDPR said the stolen information was spread online, as well as the ability to include personal information of employees and contractors as well as game information.
Edit 6/15 2:10 PM ET: Add to Sony’s warning system for PS4 functionality.
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