Things just keep getting worse for CD Projekt Red and the just released Cyberpunk 2077. Sony’s PlayStation Store has delisted the game.
Years in the making, and as hotly anticipated as any game in a long time, Cyberpunk 2077 launched just a short time ago. But once it actually arrived, many gamers found a first-person RPG that was loaded with bugs. Even worse, last-gen gamers got a version that wasn’t remotely close to what was promised.
That part of the story gets even worse when you consider that Cyberpunk isn’t a next-gen title. It’s actually meant to be played on the PS4 and Xbox One. Even though it’s playable on the just released round of systems, the actual PS5/Series X edition isn’t coming till 2021. And as of last night, Sony has taken action.
It’s kind of hard to believe it, but the company has (as of right now) delisted Cyberpunk from the PlayStation Store. That’s right, you can no longer purchase the game digitally, from the PS Store.
In a statement released via Twitter, Sony PlayStation support explained that the company strives for a “high level of customer satisfaction”. According to them, Cyberpunk 2077 just doesn’t cut the mustard.
As you can see there, Sony is also offering refunds for the game, if you’ve already bought a digital copy. That’s a terrific customer service move, and one that I could imagine you might see replicated by Microsoft.
So when might you see Cyberpunk 2077 re-listed? Likely not till some major fixes are released. Sony hasn’t elaborated on their plan at all, and has simply said that game will be unavailable until “further notice”.