CD Projekt has settled a class-movement lawsuit firstly brought through investors in 2021 over Cyberpunk 2077.
The two events, which entered into negotiations in past due 2021, came to an agreement this week with CD Projekt agreeing to pay investors $1.85 million (thank you, Law 360 via PCgamesN).
Investors filed a lawsuit against the corporation two years ago alleging it misrepresented the practically damaged state of Cyberpunk 2077 on consoles to obtain monetary benefits.
The first magnificence-action healthy towards CD Projekt occurred in January 2021, with three more filed in opposition to the organization leading all to be consolidated by means of the court docket. The lawsuit alleged that CDP “failed to disclose that Cyberpunk 2077 became actually unplayable on present day-technology Xbox or Playstation structures due to a great number of bugs.”
The lawsuit also cited Sony’s selection to drag the game off the PlayStation Store and Microsoft’s full refund policy as proof that Cyberpunk 2077 wasn’t in a geared up country.
Since release, CDP has made suitable on its promise to restore the game via releasing numerous patches. Cyberpunk 2077 income now overall over 20 million copies, with Netflix’s Cyberpunk Edgerunners display supporting significantly.
CDP’s third zone 2022 outcomes attributed Cyberpunk 2077 to an boom in revenues. In February closing year, the organization released the subsequent-gen replace, and in September launched the Edgerunners replace. It introduced further improvements and enhancements to the sport, and additional content related to the anime, resulting in a good sized wide variety of folks gambling the sport – both returning and newcomers.