The bad news about Cyberpunk 2077 doesn’t stop there. First a catastrophic technical condition on last-gene consoles caused the subsequent Removal of the game from the Playstation Store by Sony. Now there is also legal trouble for CD Projekt.
The Polish lawyer Mikolaj Orzechowski is an investor in CDPR and is currently investigating a class action lawsuit based on the misleading offense. Specifically, CD Projekt Red is said to have consciously advertised the game incorrectly in order to achieve financial advantages, i.e. to stimulate investments.
Legal trouble threatens in the USA: The law firm Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz LLP stated via press releaseto investigate the possibility of launching a class action lawsuit at the moment. The point here is that CD Projekt is supposed to have deliberately presented Cyberpunk 2077 in the wrong light in order to deceive shareholders. This is exactly what the law firm wants to represent now.
So far, the respective parties have only checked whether they want to file a lawsuit against CD Projekt. No specific submission has yet been made.
What Cyberpunk has to deliver now, we clarify in a current video:
Criticism of Cyberpunk 2077 – What does CD Projekt have to deliver now?
CD project on the stock exchange in descent
The bad news about the buggy console release, but also bugs and problems with the PC version, are noticeable for shareholders of CD Projekt on the stock exchange.
The CD Projekt paper fell on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange from over 80 dollars on December 10th to under 60 dollars on December 21. Apparently, many shareholders let themselves be unsettled by the numerous negative reports.
The release problems are also regrettable from a player’s point of view, although PC gamers still have comparatively little to annoy. Nevertheless, problems arose with the release of Cyberpunk 2077 that we were spared in the test version, which is why we Subsequently devalue Cyberpunk 2077 in the GameStar test
In addition to many apologies, the developers have already promised a number of updates, the first of which have already been rolled out. The huge update 1.05 for CP77 already addresses many of the technical errors, if not all.
If you have been lucky so far and can play Cyberpunk 2077 without major problems, you will find many helpful articles in our guide hub:
If you are not satisfied despite the promised updates and want to return Cyberpunk 2077, the developers want to help and have set up your own email address for this.