The CD Project will face one major lawsuit over Cyberpunk 2077 instead of four.
CD Project has revealed that he had been informed that the court had united four class actions brought against him in December and January for allegedly misleading investors about the state of play; Cyberpunk 2077 on the latest generation of consoles.
The suits that CD Projekt “vigorously defended” earlier this year were made on behalf of groups of investors, who said that the adoption of the game and the subsequent decline in the price of CDP shares caused a loss of money. The court appointed a lead prosecutor to speak for all four.
The developer / publisher of the Cyberpunk 2077 CD Project faced considerable criticism at launch due to the faulty, unstable and malfunctioning play on the PS4 and Xbox One. It became so bad that Sony decided to withdraw it from sale on PlayStation Store and it is still unavailable.
That didn’t stop Cyberpunk 2077 from selling more than 13 million units at launch, although CD Projet caused some losses due to refunds and refunds.
The developer continues to release patches on all platforms and hopes to return to PlayStation Store.