CD Projekt will be facing one major lawsuit over Cyberpunk 2077 instead of four.
CD Projekt has revealed that it has been informed that the court has consolidated the four class action lawsuits filed against it in December and January over allegedly misleading investors about the state of Cyberpunk 2077 on last-gen consoles.
The suits, which CD Projekt promised earlier this year to “vigorously” defend itself against, were filed on behalf of groups of investors who said the game’s reception, and subsequent drop in CDP stock price, caused them to lose money. The court has appointed a lead plaintiff, who will be speaking for all four.
Cyberpunk 2077 developer/publisher CD Projekt faced significant criticism at launch due to how buggy, unstable and poorly-performing the game was on PS4 and Xbox One. It got so bad, Sony decided to remove it from sale on the PlayStation Store, and it remains unavailable to this day.
This hasn’t stopped Cyberpunk 2077 from selling over 13 million units at launch, though CD Projet did incur some losses because of refunds and returns.
The developer continues to released patches on all platforms, and is hopeful it’s getting closer to seeing it return to the PlayStation Store.
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