Being unable to sell the game on the PlayStation Store is listed as being a major reason for the publisher's profit slump.
Former Cyberpunk co-director Adam Badowski will remain at CD Projekt Red but will focus on other projects. Gabriel Amatangelo will replace him.
CD Projekt Red has no update on when Cyberpunk 2077 will return to the PlayStation Store, reiterates that the final decision is Sony's.
The creator of The Witcher 3 HD Reworked mod says it's "very likely" his work "will be included in the official next generation update."
An internal investigation found him not guilty.
Xbox One and PS5 players should also see improvements to optimization.
The developer says it's never going to forget the lessons it has learned from the disastrous launch of Cyberpunk 2077.
The Polish company has spent roughly $2.23 million on the game's refund program.
There is still no solid date for when those versions will come.
Over 5200 people have been engaged in the project's development overall.
73 percent of sales were digital, with PC/Stadia being the dominant platform.
Cyberpunk 2077 also re-enters the charts at ninth place.
Quest progression bugs, UI issues, gameplay glitches, and more have been fixed.
"We can bring the game to such a state that we can be proud of," says CD Projekt CEO Adam Kicinski.
CD Projekt's Michał Nowakowski also states the game's return to PlayStation Store should positively impact sales on other platforms as well.
CDPR establishes its fourth in-house development studio.
The developer will focus more on bringing online into their single player experiences.
The port will be handled by Saber Interactive.
No more generation's long marketing campaign.
A number of expansions and new features could be headed to the RPG.