The launch of Cyberpunk 2077 back in December 2020 was, by most accounts, a bit of a car crash. The game’s poor performance on base consoles led to the game being pulled from the PlayStation Store, and was followed by a significant slump in CD Projekt’s stock price.
This led to a bunch of angry investors, many of whom filed class action lawsuits against CD Projekt for allegedly misleading them over the state of the game. So many, in fact, that several lawsuits have now been rolled into one big lawsuit by a US court.
CD Projekt has now confirmed that four lawsuits against the company from December and January have been consolidated into one. The court has now appointed a lead plaintiff, and all four lawsuits will now be subject to “potential common court proceedings”.
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