The studio behind Cyberpunk 2077 faces one other class motion lawsuit from traders (thanks, The Loadout). CD Projekt explains on its investor relations website that the second civil class motion lawsuit has been filed in america District Courtroom for the Central District of California by a legislation agency appearing on the traders’ behalf. The declare is reportedly the identical as the primary lawsuit, which suggests it’s arguing that traders are owed damages as they had been misled over the state of the cyberpunk game previous to its launch. CD Projekt says it’ll “undertake vigorous motion to defend itself” towards it.
The preliminary lawsuit CDP refers to was filed again in December, with a press release from Rosen Regulation Agency stating that the lawsuit claims CD Projekt “didn’t disclose that Cyberpunk 2077 was just about unplayable on the current-generation Xbox or Ps methods on account of an infinite variety of bugs”.
Consequently, Sony eliminated Cyberpunk 2077 from the Ps Retailer, and the corporate, alongside Microsoft and CD Projekt, “could be compelled” into issuing refunds. The press launch then reads: “CD Projekt would undergo reputational and pecuniary hurt; and consequently, defendants’ statements about its enterprise, operations, and prospects, had been materially false and deceptive and/or lacked an inexpensive foundation in any respect related instances”.
Due to all this, the lawsuit claims that the traders suffered damages when Cyberpunk 2077 launched and the “true particulars entered the market”.
Once more, CD Projekt Pink acknowledged this primary lawsuit on its investor relations website, issuing the identical response as it could to the second lawsuit: it could “undertake vigorous motion” to defend itself.