“CD Projekt might have released materially deceptive details to their investors and investing public,” declares one grievance.
A law office has actually suggested that it is thinking about a class-action claim versus CD Projekt, the publisher of Cyberpunk 2077.
As reported by the New York Times (thanks, VGC), Mikołaj Orzechowski – a Warsaw-based legal representative and CDPR financier – has actually suggested that they are checking out the possibility of taking legal action against, declaring that the studio might have misrepresented itself to financiers in order to protect financing.
According to a briefing prepared by the legal representative, they are welcoming others impacted by the “suspension of the sale of the Cyberpunk 2077 item”.
New York-based Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz LLP has actually likewise revealed it is wanting to represent investors who have actually sustained losses “arising from claims that CD Projekt might have released materially deceptive details to their investors and investing public”.
As we have actually reported over the weeks because Cyberpunk 2077 released, CD Projekt’s shares dropped after evaluations of the video game recommended Cyberpunk might not wind up with a sky-high metascore. While the PC variation of Cyberpunk has a 87 metascore on Metacritic, the PS4 and Xbox One variations stands at 55. User ratings are 7.2, 3.2, and 4.4 respectively.
CD Projekt managers have actually informed personnel they will get their complete perks in spite of Cyberpunk 2077’s buggy launch. Executives supposedly have actually taken obligation for the state of the video game at release.
Earlier today we reported that there are now reports that Cyberpunk 2077 save files are ending up being completely damaged for gamers if they surpass 8MB in size. Though initially reported as affecting games across all platforms, some now suggest it’s just a PC issue. However, without confirmation from developer CD Projekt Red either way, gamers have actually been recommended to “keep a lower quantity of products and crafting products”.
CD Projekt has actually likewise come under fire for its usage of crunch throughout the advancement of Cyberpunk. In September 2020, CD Projekt informed staff members it would need them to work six-day weeks up until the video game’s November launch (it was consequently postponed to December), breaking a previous pledge not to require required overtime to end up the job.