The producer of Cyberpunk 2077 is perfectly aware that the launch of the game did not go well and that everything that happened will have left many fans and investors tremendously dissatisfied. However, those responsible for CD Projekt RED also claim that they have done nothing that violates any federal law, criticizing those who have already threatened the company with lawsuits.
Through a statement, CDPR promises to vigorously defend itself against what it considers to be unsubstantiated attacks, specifically referring to the first process advanced by one of its investors.
In this, the plaintiff argues that investors were deceived by the company about the quality of Cyberpunk 2077 before the game was released.
Lawsuit points the finger at Cyberpunk 2077
More specifically, this man says that CDPR misused the money he put in the studio for the development of the game and that his deplorable state on some platforms caused him huge financial losses.
Shortly after this process was formalized in a Los Angeles court, CD Projekt RED’s shares fell sharply again.
The lawsuit asks the court to determine whether the publisher purposely concealed gambling problems in order to defraud investors, thereby causing irreparable economic damage.
According to Bloomberg, the plaintiff will not have specified how much money he lost with this transaction, so it will be up to the court to decide the amount of compensation if the decision is favorable to the shareholder.
Investors claim to have lost money with Cyberpunk 2077
As evidence of financial losses, data were presented on the devaluation of CDPR’s shares on the stock exchange in the period following the launch of the game.
The fact that Cyberpunk 2077 sold very well despite all the issues around it may mean that this particular process does not have many legs to walk.
CDPR recently announced it has sold 13 million copies in just one week (including refunds), and there are many who praise RPG on platforms less affected by bugs and performance issues.
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