Cyberpunk 2077 back on sale on PlayStation Store; “Performance issues” persist on PS4
Cyberpunk 2077 went back on sale on the PlayStation Store on Monday, June 21, almost six months after its console version was bombed for being extremely buggy. CD Projekt Red, its developer, has released several updates, fixes, and fixes to improve game performance. Despite this, the CDPR team and Sony have reintroduced Cyberpunk 2077 with a warning to users to play it on a PS4 Pro console. or PS5, and not on a PS4. While Sony has said it recommends the most powerful consoles for the “best experience,” CDPR simply said the “performance issues” with the PS4 edition have yet to be resolved.
Sony sent a Tweeter to once again welcome Cyberpunk 2077 to its shelves across the world while issuing a clear warning in the same breath that the game is only compatible with PlayStation 4 Pro and PlayStation 5 (test). CDPR tweeted the same information while making it clearer in the thread that PS4 users will continue to experience “performance issues” with the game. The developer said the team will continue to work to improve the stability of the game across the board. platforms.
The open-world RPG, characterized by its dystopian theme, suffered several delays before it was finally released in December of last year. While its visuals, storyline, and gameplay mechanics were lovingly written, users scoffed at its (revised) PS4 version for being bugged to an unplayable level. During the month, Sony pulled Cyberpunk 2077 from PlayStation Store and issued refunds, while CDPR promised changes through major updates across all platforms. The latest patch that brings stability improvements to gaming on PC, consoles, and Stadia was released last week.
Despite the optics of its chaotic arrival, Cyberpunk 2077, said to be one of the most expensive games ever made, had managed to sell 13 million copies – after adjusting for refunds – in a matter of days.