Investors prepare to sue CD Projekt for Cyberpunk 2077
Cyberpunk 2077, one of the most anticipated games of this year, came out with many problems and the players were extremely responsive. Likewise, investors are also reactive.
- 21-12-2020 14:45
One of the most anticipated games of this year, Cyberpunk 2077, published and developed by CD Projekt Red, debuted about a week ago. Unfortunately, the game was different in terms of content and it was problematic in terms of performance.
Since its release, something interesting about the game comes up every day. What has never happened to any game so far has happened to Cyberpunk 2077. According to the latest news of the New York Times, after all this, CD Projekt may also be a defendant.
CD Projekt is facing a major lawsuit, according to the latest news from the New York Times. Thousands of people want a refund because most of what is said in the game is missing. However, investors do not have such a right of course. As you know, the market value of the company has started to decline much more than usual since the launch of the game. This is not a good thing for investors.
Lawyers and some investors in Warsaw, the capital of Poland, are preparing to file a class action against CDPR. According to a post shared by Polish Mikolaj Orzechowski, known to be the investor of CDPR, he is currently analyzing to file a lawsuit with a law firm. According to Article 286 of the Criminal Code, a lawsuit is expected on the grounds of "misrepresentation to obtain financial benefits". In short, before the release of the game, preparations are currently being made to file a lawsuit due to misrepresentation.
What will happen to CD Projekt as a result of all the events is a big curiosity. We know they are working to fix the game as they promised. It should be noted that the developer team did not have much of a fault in this process. Will CD Projekt Red fix things or get worse we'll see in the coming days.
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