I do wonder though, wether this is the only title from Sony we will see here - either due to too low revenue or the whole Cyberpunk shenanigans...
Did Sony really suffer that much from the Cyberpunk shenanigans? I'm sure everyone involved would have preferred it be an even bigger hit with no issues, but "sorry, you need to buy our new console to play this" doesn't seem like the worst situation for them (though likely they had some extra support costs).
In terms of revenue, I'm a bit surprised that it is "only" on page 13 of the all time best sellers, but I think most of the games above it have been here for over a decade, are much less expensive, and have much lower required system specs. I'm not sure what the number of sales differences is between page 1 and page 13, but it seems like a good chance it has one of the highest non-CDPR game revenue on GOG (though it is hard to compare since it is a single edition while many games have multiple editions, in addition to not knowing the raw numbers for different ranks). A suprise I happened to notice is Banished not too far into page 3 (it is a nice relaxing game once you figure out how it works). GPU prices are so rediculous now that anyone who doesn't have one capable of playing HZD is likely to wait (looking at US ebay, used R9 390's seem to be going for twice what I paid two and a half years ago if not more).
I'll likely pick up HZD at the winter sale, too warm out here to be getting such GPU heavy games :/ and the price will likely keep going down for a while (and my backlog isn't really shrinking thanks to the racing games in this sale :/). But I did upgrade my CPU this spring after finding that Kingdom Come: Deliverance really needed a quad core CPU and I think HZD is likely another one. Because of that delay I didn't get around to playing KC:D and don't have the space to install both that and HZD at the same time :/.