The Cyberpunk 2077 chief developer is unhappy with Sony’s decision to remove it from the store

When Sony announced the deletion of Cyberpunk 2077 from the PlayStation Store until further notice, the game developer rushed to pledge that he would return it to the PlayStation Store, and that the decision was taken after discussions between them and Sony.

But the strange thing is that the results of these discussions were different with Microsoft, as the game is still present in the store and has not been deleted, with only a warning placed for Xbox players, and Microsoft’s willingness to compensate everyone for the price of the game.

And here some began to say that there may be a mismatch between the studio and Sony on this decision, or that the decision was made by Sony, who was angry at the game’s performance and its level on the previous generation. Their opinions were strengthened after the company’s president, Adam Badowski, placed likes on some of the tweets posted by players who criticized Sony’s move, including those who said that there was no need to remove the game. He also put a liking on a tweet saying that it was better to do what Microsoft did, in the sense of returning the money to those who wish and keeping the option available for those who want to buy the game on the Playstation, especially since the developer promised to fix it.

After the spread of news of these likes that Adam distributes here and there via websites such as VGC, he returned to correct the matter and beautify the image by converting it to dislike or removing the likes from it. Today, we also learned that the studio may face a lawsuit that some investors may file against him for misinformation.