Cyberpunk 2077 was re-listed on the PlayStation Store on Monday, June 21, nearly six months after its console version was bombarded with censorship due to extreme errors. Its developer CD Projekt Red has released multiple updates, patches and patches to improve the performance of the game. Despite this, the CDPR team and Sony both reintroduced Cyberpunk 2077 and warned users to play it on PS4 Pro or PS5 consoles, not on PS4. Although Sony stated that it recommends more powerful game consoles for the “best experience”, CDPR made it clear that the “performance issues” of the PS4 version have not been resolved.

Sony issued tweet We welcome Cyberpunk 2077 to be relaunched around the world, and at the same time issue a clear warning that the game is only compatible with PlayStation 4 Pro and PlayStation 5 (review). CDPR Tweet The same information, and more clearly stated in the post that PS4 users will continue to face “performance issues” in the game. The developer said that the team will continue to work to improve the stability of the game on all platforms.

This open world RPG featuring a dystopian theme experienced multiple delays before it was finally released in December last year. Although its visual effects, storyline, and game mechanics are very affectionate, users laughed at its PS4 version (review) as flawed to the point of being unplayable. Sony removed Cyberpunk 2077 from the PlayStation store this month and refunded it, and CDPR promised to fix it through a major cross-platform update. Last week, the latest patch that brings stability improvements to PCs, game consoles and Stadia was released.

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Although its arrival may seem chaotic, it is reportedly one of the most expensive games ever. Cyberpunk 2077 successfully sold 13 million copies in a few days-after adjusting the refund.