Cyberpunk 2077 returns to the PlayStation Store, but Sony has already de-listed it again
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Earlier today, people started noticing that Sony had unhidden Cyberpunk 2077 on the PlayStation Store. In May, CD Projekt Red's CEO informed fans that Sony retained 'an exclusive decision' on reinstating the game, but that the companies were in discussions over its return. In December 2020, Sony de-listed Cyberpunk 2077 from the PlayStation Store following CDPR's inability to address the slew of bugs that existed on the game's PS4 version.
Initially, Sony re-enabled people to wishlist Cyberpunk 2077, a feature that it removed as part of its de-listing. The company has not explained why it made this change; CDPR has not released any fixes for Cyberpunk 2077 since April 28 with Hotfix 1.22. The lack of communication earlier today may have been because someone re-listed Cyberpunk 2077 in error.
Sony has now re-hidden Cyberpunk 2077, again without giving a reason. According to Kotaku, CDPR was not willing to comment on the matter. Ultimately, we fail to see why Sony would agree to bring Cyberpunk 2077 to the PlayStation Store at this point. Patch 1.2 failed to address many of the PS4's issues with running the game, as we covered when CDPR released it. CDPR is not forthcoming about when it will release any future patches either, for some reason.