Cyberpunk 2077’s class action lawsuit from its investors has reach a settlementand CD Projekt Red will pay $1.85 million to the plaintiffs.
Back in 2020, investors applied class action lawsuit against CD Projekt Red and claimed that Cyberpunk 2077’s buggy launch status was hidden from investors – thus costing them money.
The settlement amount will cover eligible class members, “settlement administration costs, taxes, fees, and attorneys’ fees,” etc. Eligible class members are defined as any investors who purchased CD Projekt Red stock between January 16, 2020 and December 17, 2020.
Cyberpunk 2077 already has a boot full of rocks and errors, which led to Sony removing the game from its store—a surprising decision that sent CD Projekt Red’s stock price down. Cyberpunk 2077 was later added back to the PlayStation storefront after CD Projekt Red released patches that fixed many issues.
CD Projekt Red was originally intended for Cyberpunk 2077 to have a multiplayer component, but those plans were scrapped due to the company’s priority to fix existing bugs in indie games.
In 2023, Cyberpunk 2077 will have an expansion called ghost of freedom. This is a paid DLC, and it appears to be the only expansion planned for the current game. CD Projekt Red is also working on witch 4although the release date seems to be still far off and in the hinterlands beyond 2025.
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