The CD project recently disrupted an investor conference that also discussed when Cyberpunk 2077 will be available again on the PlayStation Store. Kotaku. Although they were unable to give an exact answer to this question, Mikay Novakovsky, the company’s vice president of business, outlined what the situation was.
The futuristic role-playing game received the 1.12 update two days ago, and its contents are detailed in a ruthlessly long list. The package also got a very large package, with a weight of 33 GB on a PC and over 40 GB on consoles. According to Project CD, this will improve a lot especially on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One releases, which appeared in an almost unpleasant state (which is why Sony made the game unavailable shortly after its debut). Nowakowski said at the conference that this new patch and earlier fixes also brought them closer to returning the CP2077 to the online store, but made it clear that “the final decision is Sony’s.” He could not set a specific date, but said, “We think we are closer from afar.”
Over the past few days, the CD project has tried to contemplate issues related to Cyberpunk 2077, for example, yesterday they released a video detailing how the company will transform and what games will be developed.
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