More than six months after it was delisted, Cyberpunk 2077 is coming back to PS Store as Sony are allowing it back, following the numerous fixes after launch.
Cyberpunk 2077 launched in a poor state across all platforms but PlayStation 4 and Xbox One suffered the most, with frame rates at times being outright unplayable. Naturally, there were also the crashes and countless glitches that made the experience even worse which eventually resulted in the rare event where Sony offered refunds to their player base. They also did something else that happens even less often - removed the game from their digital store.
Following the months after release, CD Projekt Red kept updating CP2077 to the point where they fixed numerous bugs and other issues which apparently deemed the game being worthy of selling on Sony's store again.
On June 21, 2021, Cyberpunk 2077 will return to the PS Store and owners of Sony's consoles will once again be able to purchase the game. That said, Sony will still issue warnings about the purchase since PlayStation 4 owners will keep experiencing performance issues in the game.
Furthermore, even though CDPR fixed numerous issues with CP2077, there are still many more that remain, on top of the fact that some portions of the game are blatantly unfinished, such as the wanted system and unusually lifeless water.