CD Projekt Purple may have a authorized battle on its arms. In a submitting noticed by Bloomberg, a agency referred to as Rosen Regulation announced that it has opened a class-action lawsuit in opposition to the corporate. It alleges the studio’s administration misled traders in regards to the state of the sport earlier than its launch and didn’t disclose that Cyberpunk 2077 “was nearly unplayable” on the PS4 and Xbox One because of “an unlimited variety of bugs.” Rosen at present doesn’t have a lead plaintiff, however shareholders can be a part of it by filling out a web-based kind.
The category-action lawsuit is the primary of what may very well be a number of potential authorized battles for CD Projekt Purple because of Cyberpunk 2077. This previous weekend, The New York Times reported that traders within the firm’s house nation of Poland are contemplating authorized motion as effectively. Backlash over the launch has been so damaging that Sony just lately pulled the game from the PlayStation Retailer, whereas Microsoft expanded its return policy. CD Projekt Purple has additionally promised to refund anybody who bought the sport at retail and may’t return their copy. At present’s swimsuit comes after CD Projekt Purple disclosed that it had offered an estimated 13 million copies of the game.