Despite all the controversy surrounding its launch thanks to bugs and deceptive marketing, Cyberpunk 2077 has still sold 13 million copies when even factoring in refunds. This might have disappointed analysts who were expecting 16 million copies, but the feat is still amazing especially when the game has been heavily refunded and removed from the PSN store. Lots of people are asking when will Cyberpunk 2077 be back on the PS store, and here you’ll discover when it’ll be likely be fixed enough to return.
Update 1.06 has been released with minor patch notes, and the good news for PC is that it fixed the 8MB save file size limit. As for consoles, it supposedly improves stability to result in fewer crashes, but – speaking from a personal PlayStation 5 perspective – crashes are still experienced every two to three hours regardless of what action is occurring.
While there’s still plenty of room for improvement, below you’ll discover when Cyberpunk 2077 is expected to be fixed enough to come back to the PS store.
When will Cyberpunk 2077 be fixed on PS4?
Cyberpunk 2077 is expected to be significantly fixed on PS4 come February.
While it’s not indefinite that all of the flaws with Cyberpunk 2077 on PS4 will be fixed by February, CD Projekt RED are planning to release two significant patches in early 2021.
The first patch is expected to come out in January, meanwhile the other will come out in the second month of the new year.
While these two patches are expected to fix Cyberpunk 2077 on PS4 and Xbox One, CD Projekt RED have warned that it will not make the game on par with PC in the visual department.
No one expects the game on PS4 and Xbox One to look as stunning as the PC version, but what fans simply want is a smooth experience with few bugs.
When will Cyberpunk 2077 be back on the PlayStation store?
It’s possible that Cyberpunk 2077 will be back on the PlayStation store in January or February.
No return date has been announced for Cyberpunk 2077, but it’s likely that it will be back on the PlayStation store by February thanks to the aforementioned patches.
The reason it was removed from Sony’s digital catalogue is because of the amount of refunds being requested, as well as because the game wasn’t in a fine enough state.
Granted, there are games that launched in an even worse state than Cyberpunk 2077, but what probably pushed Sony to remove it is CD Projekt RED saying that fans could get a refund by dealing with Sony and Microsoft.
Again, there’s no concrete date for when Cyberpunk 2077 will be back on the PS store, but CD Projekt RED will want it to happen sooner rather than later so they can get as many launch window sales as possible.