We must admit we're still trying to make sense of Sony's move to remove Cyberpunk 2077, but thankfully, CD Projekt Red announced they'll be coming back for sure.
We've come to dread CDPR's yellow posters, but this time around it's somewhat positive news. Well, as positive as possible all things concerning.
"Following our discussion with PlayStation, a decision was made to temporarily suspend digital distribution of Cyberpunk 2077 on PlayStation Store. You can still buy physical versions of the game in brick and mortar stores and online", they tweeted.
It goes without saying that PS4 owners who aren't returning their Cyberpunk 2077 copies remain eligible for support and updates in the upcoming period. If you're looking for a refund only, that option is on the table as well.
CDPR vowed that the team is working as hard as possible to return Cyberpunk 2077 to PlayStation Store, although it's a bit peculiar they're in this predicament at all.
While we're not arguing that Cyberpunk 2077 could be found in violation of Sony's terms and conditions purely on the grounds of shoddy functioning, the console maker still pulled the plug a bit too quickly.
Heck, if we didn't know better, we'd say it's a company employee who just ragequit Cyberpunk 2077, because Sony isn't exactly the one to rush big decisions like this.
Thankfully, CDPR are not under any illusions how Cyberpunk 2077 works on current-gen consoles, and they're at least being good sports about it. One has too look for silver linings here, and the main one is that the company is willing to make things right. Which, as we've seen lately, isn't always the case.