We're approaching two months since Cyberpunk 2077 returned to the PlayStation Store. Removed by Sony after its controversial launch last December due to widespread bugs and performance crashes, it quickly shot to the top of June's PlayStation Store charts, though it seems CD Projekt Red's latest adventure couldn't maintain that momentum.
As published by the PlayStation Blog, July's top games have now been revealed but across the United States/Canada and Europe, Cyberpunk 2077's nowhere to be seen in either list's Top 20. In North America, Grand Theft Auto V is once again back on top, while FIFA 21 dominates the European list.
Cyberpunk 2077 Drops From PlayStation Store Charts After Securing June's Top Spot
As such, that quick bounce was certainly short-lived. Considering Cyberpunk 2077's PS Store listing actively warns players on a base PS4 about performance issues, we'd speculate that any adopters-in-waiting are anticipating news on the next big update, Version 1.3, first.
At this time, it's been two months since we last saw an update with Version 1.23, which implemented a wide series of hot fixes. We've not heard a lot about the game's upcoming plans since then, though DLC details surfaced through a datamine. As always, we'll keep you informed when we learn more.