Sony retired the game a few days after the premiere to avoid issues
A few days after the launch of Cyberpunk 2077 on consoles and PCs, the long-awaited work of CD Projekt RED has become bogged down in controversy. Video game performance on the latest generation consoles and the great sum of technical problems
December 2020 was probably one of the most difficult months for the Polish studio. In addition to working tirelessly to try and resolve issues through various updates, various complications in seeking a refund prompted Sony to remove Cyberpunk 2077 from PlayStation Store. The news did not take long to echo, since they removed the game to avoid future purchases until further notice.
More than six months later the day has come and Cyberpunk 2077 will be available again on the PS Store on June 21. However, the fine print should be read, as the Japanese company warns in advance that “users will continue to experience performance issues with the PlayStation 4 edition ”. That’s why they immediately recommended playing on delivery on PlayStation 5 via backward compatibility or PS4 Pro to get the best experience.