The Polish game maker CD Projekt is charged with a class action lawsuit alleging that the Warsaw-based company lied about the unfinished state of the game to protect its stock price.
New York-based Rosen Law Firm filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court of Central California on Thursday for CD Projekt’s notoriety for its recent release of “Cyberpunk 2077.”
The sensational game-Hollywood star Keanu Reeves (Keanu Reeves) played an important role-a catastrophic launch, gamers and critics report that the software is actually good for many current generation PlayStation 4 and Xbox The Series X console cannot be played.
Rosen’s attorney said in a statement that CD Projekt displayed “Rudis’s ignorance of the facts” when it hyped its game and failed to inform investors and customers. At least until February, many gamers could not fully complete the game and can play.
According to reports, the problem was so serious and common that Sony was forced to withdraw it from the PlayStation Store, while Xbox manufacturer Microsoft offered a refund.
“[Investors] The lawsuit stated that if they knew that the game was full of loopholes, he would not buy the company’s securities at a price they had or completely artificially inflated.
CD Projekt apologized to gamers earlier this month because they can now let them “make a more informed decision about their $60 purchase.”
Since the beginning of December, the troubled launch of the game has caused CD Projekt’s stock price to fall by 40%, when reports about the game’s seemingly unfinished state began to surge a week before its release.
CD Projekt said this week that it sold 13 million copies of “Cyberpunk 2077” between December 10 and December 20, which is less than the 16.4 million that analysts predicted for a surge in demand for video games.