The PlayStation Store has some changes today and it seems the recently pulled title Cyberpunk 2077 is back on the list, in some manner.
The controversial video game that launched last year is kind of back on the PS Store, but not in a full. Players who search for the game on the store will see it on the search list, but it does not have a price or a purchase button. They can only wishlist or follow it for now, which is weird since after Sony Interactive Entertainment decided to pull it out, it was never to be seen again, until now.
After its controversial launch last year, SIE decided to pull it out until further notice. It would also mean that they were demanding CD Projekt RED to make this game fully functional before they could come back again to the store.
Does this mean SIE has finally seen that CDPR has made the game playable again with less bugs now? Or maybe they made a deal in order to put this on the PSN Store since it was revealed last time the execs have been making efforts in bringing it back there. We will have to wait and see for the official statement later on.
Cyberpunk 2077 is now available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
Update: CD Projekt RED just confirmed in a statement that it is coming back to PlayStation store on June 21, 2021. No details on how that happened.
Source: Official Website