CD Projekt has had a very rough week, to say the least, following the release of Cyberpunk 2077. It still isn’t in the best of shape, especially on last-gen consoles. Even the refund process following it was a messy one. The bad streak isn’t stopping there though, as now it looks like there are reports of impending lawsuits for the company.
The New York Times mentions that lawyers and investors are contemplating a class-action lawsuit over the Cyberpunk 2077 situation. As one Polish lawyer notes, CD Projekt may be guilty of “misrepresentation in order to receive financial benefits”. Another New York-based firm is also investigating CD Projekt for the same case as well, according to PC Gamer.
It’s certainly an ugly situation for CD Projekt right now. Not only was Cyberpunk 2077 first announced nearly a decade ago, it was also delayed three times on its launch year. Now that it’s finally out, the game is a dice roll for players, even for those with a powerful PC or current-gen console, as to whether they will encounter minor or game-breaking bugs.
Things are certainly not going to quiet down for CD Projekt and Cyberpunk 2077 anytime soon. Both will likely be in the news until February, after the company releases the second major patch for the game .