Cyberpunk continues to be ridiculed for its lack of completeness. After all, the game was hyped up for so long and then delayed month after month. People demanded an end product. While some people do criticize the fans for forcing a rush to the publisher CD Projekt Red but that is simply not a good enough excuse for the company. The end product that we see today is simply abysmal. Full of glitches and lacking detail, the game simply does not scream a 2020 triple-A title.
Now, we recently got to know that even the head of the project was apologising for the various issues gamers are facing. He claimed that right now, it has room for improvement and the big patch they are currently working on, would definitely fix the issue. Till then, he said, gamers should probably return their games and ask for refunds. The company was even offering assistance to people who wanted these refunds.
Cyberpunk has been removed from the PlayStation Store. Didn't see that one coming. pic.twitter.com/cW0w5gtnWP
— Simon Cardy (@CardySimon) December 18, 2020
Now, we are seeing many reports, all over the internet, regarding certain developments. According to these reports, Sony has pulled the game off of its store There is an official statement from Sony saying that the company follows a strict quality assurance policy and the game, in its current state, simply does not meet that. Therefore, they have decided to remove the game (Cyberpunk 2077) from the PlayStation store until further notice.
This is a serious step and we may just see Microsoft follow this as well. CDPR needs to really pull up its socks and release the patch as soon as possible. The game, without a doubt, holds potential. Sadly though, it is pointless if there is nothing to show for. We will have to wait for the company’s response on the matter and their resulting actions.