As much as i would like to read why Cyberpunk is one of the best games ever made, i don't think this would be a good fit for organic growth or Sony's plans to go for GaaS. So i doubt this is gonna happen.
What plans are you talking about? They have 10 Gaas in development by 2026. They won't get more involved in this topic.
Some extra info:
They already released two of these 10 GaaS: GT7 and MLB, at least two more are Bungie new IPs (they plan to release "at least" one before 2025) and then you have the Haven, Deviation, Firewalk games. The other 3 are pretty likely the TLOU Factions game, the unannounced Guerrilla MP game and a Firesprite or Sony London game.
Hermen said they had over 25 games under development at PS Studios -which doesn't include Bungie-, so 8 GaaS out of over 25 means that under a third of their games under development are GaaS.
Sony will bring the Konami IPs back to life….
I highly doubt it. Sony IPs got better sales, better reviews and received more awards.
Even if it would be great to have more well known IPs specially for PS+, Sony doesn't need to buy IPs. They need more talented manpower to release more games of the IPs they already have, also capable to produce new hit IPs. They are focusing on getting this expanding their existing studios and acquiring new ones. And if by doing this they get some juicy IP, it's welcomed.
With Sony history with DRM and game preservation I doubt they'll see the GOG store as a Pro.
The real pro would be acquiring them when they are at their lowest. I don't see how they could fumble again if their next game is another Witcher game. But even then it's still a lot of money for a studio that imploded to miserably.
The real shrewd move would be for Sony to invest into setting up a studio in Poland to steal a lot of their talent, they have no internal development presence in eastern Europe right now. It would be extremely easy to spin this move as something positive for the region (and it probably would be anyway).
That would be a great idea. To create a brand new studio in Poland with good management and good practices from other European Sony studios. Hire a lot of current and former CD Project and Techland staff (plus maybe from some other talented Polish team), plus move there Polish or western european talent they have in any other Sony studio who wants to go back home.
Sony wouldn't want GoG due to low market share and DRM, CD Project doesn't own the Cyberpunk or The Witcher IPs, they seem to have bad management, best practices and studio culture. And well, if Sony took down Cybrpunk from PSN I assume won't be happy with them, maybe they have a bad relationship. Cyberpunk and Witcher will continue being sold in PS and can make a deal to include the two games in PS+ if desired, so no need to buy them for that. It would be better for Sony to get the talent instead and rebuild or build a studio from scratch.