Because of Cyberpunk 2077, which is difficult to say that it meets the great expectation of game lovers, CD Projekt Red can now also be a case.
Cyberpunk 2077 was CD PROJEKT Red's big game that was expected for many years. Even according to many, the production would be the best game of 2020. The game's output, unfortunately, did not turn out as desired.
Things are not going well for Cyberpunk 2077, whose job is news to even media outlets that normally don't even have games. In addition, the production had a lot of problems with consoles, even Sony was removed from its online store.
CD PROJEKT RED may deal with class action lawsuits
Talks are continuing in Warsaw between lawyers and investors, the New York Times reported. At the heart of the talks is the possibility of a class action lawsuit against the firm.
Mikolaj Orzechowski, who is also one of the investors of CD PROJEKT RED, said in a statement that his own firms are working with the legal department to file a class action. It was also stated that the case would be based on law 286. This Act addresses the case of giving erroneous information for financial benefit.
In addition, New York law firm Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz also announced that it had launched a review to bring a general case against CD PROJEKT RED sa. There has also been a call for investors who have suffered losses to get in touch.
Troubled period for CD PROJEKT RED
It seems that Cyberpunk 2077 has not achieved the expected success, as well as CD PROJEKT Red will be in trouble. In general, there is always a possibility that investments will fail. The problem here stems from the assumption that the information provided for Cyberpunk 2077 may be erroneous.
The debate about Cyberpunk 2077 doesn't seem to be over for much longer. What are your views on the game? Do you think the Polish firm failed, or was it selling a project that wouldn't have kept it from the start? Did you get a chance to play the game? We welcome your comments.