It was pre­vi­ous­ly unknown if Cyber­punk 2077 was ever going to make a return to the PlaySta­tion Store. CD Pro­jekt Red has now con­firmed to reporter Stephen Toti­lo that Cyber­punk 2077 will be com­ing back on June 21st. The com­pa­ny also con­firmed this on their web­site.

A spokesper­son for Sony told IGN that it rec­om­mends users play the PS4 Pro or PS5 edi­tion, as the PS4 ver­sion still has some issues.

SIE can con­firm that Cyber­punk 2077 will be re-list­ed on PlaySta­tion Store start­ing June 21, 2021,” the spokesper­son said. “Users will con­tin­ue to expe­ri­ence per­for­mance issues with the PS4 edi­tion while CD Pro­jekt Red con­tin­ues to improve sta­bil­i­ty across all plat­forms. SIE rec­om­mends play­ing the title on PS4 Pro or PS5 for the best experience.”

Ear­li­er today, IGN noticed if you sim­ply searched for Cyber­punk 2077 on the PlaySta­tion 5 store, you could find it. Obvi­ous­ly, this sig­naled the return of the game to the store.

Back in May, CD Pro­jek­t’s Adam Kicin­s­ki said the stu­dio remained in con­tact with Sony, but the deci­sion to restore the game was ulti­mate­ly up to Sony.

Cyber­punk 2077 was removed from the PlaySta­tion Store in Decem­ber of 2020 short­ly after the game launched because of numer­ous prob­lems. A refund pro­gram start­ed there­after, were about 30,000 peo­ple took advan­tage of the program.