Cyberpunk 2077’s return to PlayStation Store might be not too far away, as the game’s page has finally appeared on the platform again. This news also made CD Projekt shares soar almost 10%.
Sony added the page of Cyberpunk 2077 to its store on June 15, with a special wishlist button. The game is still not available for purchase, but it is some good news considering it was absent from PS Store for months.
Soon after that, CD Projekt shares started growing. Today, they peaked at PLN 204.7 ($54.7) versus PLN 186.7 ($49.9) on the previous close, which is up 9.6%. At the time of writing, the company’s shares are trading at PLN 198.9 ($53.2).
According to Bloomberg, CD Projekt shares extended their rebound to 30% since June 1. However, some analysts were surprised to see the market’s reaction, considering that Cyberpunk 2077 didn’t show strong sales during the first quarter.
The new wishlist page is, of course, a positive signal for CD Projekt and all the people who want to buy Cyberpunk 2077 on PlayStation, although Sony hasn’t announced the date when the game will become available for purchase yet.
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