With the missing-in-action-digital PlayStation
version of CD Projekt Red
's Cyberpunk 2077
returning to the PlayStation Store on June 21. This news arrives six months after the game was pulled from sale by Sony
, which goes to show you just how bad the base PlayStation 4
version of the game was. In fact, things aren't exactly perfect even now -- simply good enough to go back on sale.
In a statement made to Polygon
, a Sony representative said, "Users will continue to experience performance issues with the PS4 edition while CD Projekt Red continues to improve stability across all platforms. [Sony Interactive Entertainment] recommends playing the title on PS4 Pro or PS5 for the best experience."
So yeah, the more power you throw at it the better. Which is why when we reviewed the game on PC
-- we did so using the most ideal setup possible. And didn't experience severe performance issues or regular crashes.
The game was pulled from digital sale on December 17 and since then it has received a number of patches improving stability and performance on all platforms -- in addition to fixing a stack of bugs and glitches. March's Patch 1.2 made close to 500 changes