Cyber­punk 2077 is still cur­rent­ly unavail­able for PlaySta­tion con­soles, and there is no update as to when it may return. Adam Kicin­s­ki, joint CEO of CD Pro­jekt Red, has addressed the issue as part of a share­hold­er meet­ing on Tuesday.

Report­ed (and trans­lat­ed) by VGC, Kicin­s­ki said this deci­sion strict­ly comes down to Sony. Kicin­s­ki also said CD Pro­jekt Red remains in com­mu­ni­ca­tion with Sony and that per­for­mance and sta­bil­i­ty of the PS4 edi­tion of Cyber­punk 2077 has seen improve­ment through patch­es. How­ev­er, it’s still unknown when the game might come back to the PlaySta­tion Store.

Unfor­tu­nate­ly, I have no new infor­ma­tion in this regard,” he said. “We are still in dis­cus­sions and with every patch the game gets bet­ter and there is a vis­i­ble progress, but as we said the deci­sion is an exclu­sive deci­sion of Sony, so we are wait­ing for the infor­ma­tion about the fact that they took the deci­sion to bring back this game. Until then I am not able to tell you any­thing more.”

Michal Nowakows­ki, CD Pro­jekt Red’s busi­ness boss, believes Sony is com­ing clos­er to a deci­sion. “We do believe we’re clos­er than fur­ther, but of course the final call is theirs, so let’s wait and see,” he said.

Cyber­punk 2077 was removed from the PlaySta­tion Store back in Decem­ber of 2020 when the game released major issues. Refunds were giv­en across a num­ber of retail­ers, includ­ing CDPR giv­ing refunds. The com­pa­ny said about 30,000 peo­ple took advan­tage of the refund program.

Despite the removal, Cyber­punk 2077 has sold over 13 mil­lion copies across all plat­forms with­in its first 21 days. CD Pro­jekt Red man­age­ment said it will not aban­don the game and will con­tin­ue to sup­port it with patch­es and updates to improve the experience.

Since Cyber­punk 2077 strug­gled post-launch, the devs adjust­ed their plans for mul­ti­play­er, and it’s unclear if it will be stand­alone or ever release.