Investors files a lawsuit against Cyberpunk 2077 developer



Cyberpunk 2077 It was one of the most awaited games of the year. However, the launch wasn’t as planned, as it was rife with bugs and the company had even had to roll back the PlayStation release of the game, and issue refunds. Now, a lawsuit has been filed against game developer CD Projekt SA by an investor who claimed the company misled him about the game’s potential. The wrongly packed version of the game caused stocks to drop. Also read – The laptop and desktop shortage will continue through 2021

Investor Andrew Trumpi filed a lawsuit against the Polish game developer in Los Angeles federal court on Thursday, seeking to represent other investors who have bought the company’s securities over false promises of the company to launch Cyberpunk 2077. Also read – Microsoft Word will receive a new grammar assistant for Windows 10

The complaint states that CD Projekt SA failed to disclose that Cyberpunk 2077 “is virtually unplayable on the current generation Xbox or Playstation system due to an overwhelming number of bugs.” Because of who Sony Had to remove Cyberpunk 2077 from the PlayStation Store, and both Microsoft, Sony had to provide full game refunds. Also read – Cyberpunk 2077 patch update 1.06 released for PC and consoles, fixed file save issue

Due to the false launch, the company’s US depository receipts were down 25 percent within three days of the game’s launch on December 10th. It fell another 16 percent after Sony removed the game from the PlayStation Store on December 18th.

The company recently announced that it had sold a total of 13 million copies of Cyberpunk 2077 by December 20, given the number of redemption requests made by customers. However, it did not announce the exact information about the size of the refunds.

Note that the company still sells physical retail copies of the game for PS4 And the Xbox One Via Amazon and Games The Shop in India.







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