Litigation consisting of four collective actions against which objections are raised Cyberpunk 2077 developer, CD Project, is due in court in June, the company said.
Just last week, we heard that the Polish developer CD Projekt will face one major lawsuit over Cyberpunk 2077 instead of four, as the trial court combined four class actions against him in December and January into one case.
Now CD Projekt has issued information on the situation during the shareholders’ meeting, stating that the main plaintiff has been appointed in advance and the lawsuit will be filed in court in June (thanks, VGC).
“The court has chosen a representative of the other party, the law firm that represents them, and their lead plaintiff – the main person representing the party who claims,” said Ciotr Nielubowicz, CFO, through the translator at the meeting. “To date, we are not aware of the value of a potential claim.” The actual lawsuit will be filed in court by the end of June. “
We already know that at the beginning of this year, the CD Projekt promised to “vigorously” defend itself against lawsuits. The class action lawsuits were filed on behalf of groups of investors who said that the reception of the game – and its effect on the price of CDP shares – caused a loss of money.
If you don’t remember the controversy surrounding the launch, the Cyberpunk 2077 was plagued with problems: the sci-fi RPG on the Xbox One and PS4 was terribly unstable and perfectly executed, while the latter was so bad that Sony had to remove it from PlayStation Store sales. PS4 owners still can’t buy a digital version of the game today – although Project Red doesn’t think it’s too far from being available again.
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