This is a significant u-turn for Sony, who simply days earlier were declining to provide refunds. Obviously, the need for refunds has actually been so high that the business has actually chosen to alter its typical policies. While Cyberpunk 2077 has actually been experiencing bugs on all platforms, it has shown especially bad on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4; in many cases rendering the video game nearly unplayable due to mission problems or console-crashing bugs.
Getting rid of the video game from the PlayStation Store totally is a significant relocation versus CD Projekt Red and a sharp rebuke of the video game's bug-ridden launch. (And potentially likewise a retribution for the studio putting the onus on them to provide refunds with relatively little to no caution.) There is no doubt that CD Projekt will now be under significantly more pressure to launch severe spots as soon as possible. It stays to be seen whether Xbox will do the same, however provided this most current relocation, they might effectively do.
Sony has actually not provided any date for when Cyberpunk 2077 will be offered once again on the PlayStation Store. In the meanwhile, it will still be offered through stores, however not digitally. Fans must anticipate CD Projekt to provide more declarations of peace of mind in the coming days; in part for their disappointed fans ... and no doubt in part, for their investors.