How to fix Cyberpunk 2077 PS4 Data Corrupted Error

Fix the Data Corrupted error with these easy steps!

To fix the Cyberpunk 2077 PS4 Data Corrupted error, you will need to try uninstalling the game off your console. Uninstalling is the only potential fix you can try to solve the Data Corrupted error. Beyond uninstalling Cyberpunk 2077, there is not much else you can do to fix the error.

Luckily the developers have stated they are aware of the problem and are working on a fix. You can find the statement given via the support page at the official support site. That said, to uninstall the game and delete it, find Cyberpunk 2077 in your PlayStation's game menu.

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Once you find Cyberpunk 2077, hit the options menu button on your controller. Doing so will display a set of options, one of which will be a delete option. Select this delete option, and then reinstall the game.

Find Cyberpunk 2077 under your game library and click on the download option to reinstall the game. After the download finishes, you will be able to launch Cyberpunk 2077 with no Data Corrupted errors. If you still get the error even after reinstalling, you will need to wait for the developers to fix the error.

What is the PS4 Cyberpunk Data Corrupted Error? 

The Cyberpunk Data Corrupted Error is an issue brought on by the recent update for the game. When users download the game and update to Patch 1.5, the Player's game will break and not launch. 

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How to fix Cyberpunk 2077 PS4 Data Corrupted Error
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  1. This fix works for people who have digital copy. If you bought the hard disk and are getting this error, I’m sorry I’m here with you and we’re just gonna have to wait this one out.

  2. Just brilliant. Do they even test this stuff? Oh, right. This is the group that distributed a game so broken that Sony gave refunds.

  3. I can look past all the bugs, game crashes, glitches, and all the criticism since the release, but when the update prevents me from playing the game I bought I lose my patience.

  4. What do I do if I have the disc version for ps4? I deleted and reinstalled and it gave the same error.

    1. Oh. It’s probably because we lowly physical media people have to install 1.00 from the disc then apply the update. Digital downloaders probably just get the current version directly with no update process.

    2. Same. I even cleared off an extra hundred gigs of free space to make sure it wasn’t running out of room. Downloaded 58 gigs twice for nothing. What a clown show. Glad I only paid $10.

    3. Same here man, like wtf

    4. they broke the game with the update, the saga continues lmao. I’m getting the same issue. Just going to leave it installed and wait for a hotfix