Regrettably, the status of “Cyberpunk 2077” has hit the developer CD Projekt Red, and Sony has allowed no doubt to request the return of PS4 copies, but the financial loss may make the company more painful.
On Christmas Eve, investor Andrew Trampe filed a lawsuit against CD Projekt Red for unspecified damages on the grounds that the company made “false and/or misleading” statements about the game. It exaggerates the way the title is made in every respect, and understates the error.
The claim stated that the game “due to a large number of errors, so it is almost impossible to play on the current Xbox or PlayStation system”
The evidence for the claim is a series of quotations quoted verbatim from developer announcements and investor calls. For example, in a conference call in November, the company was quoted as acknowledging the existence of bugs, but reportedly said that “we think the level will be so low that gamers cannot see them.” The lawsuit also emphasized that CD Projekt Red The game was marked as “complete and playable” in January 2020, and then postponed several times.
Rosen Law Firm’s press release accompanying the litigation requires investors interested in joining the class action to contact the law firm, which will not later than February 22, 2021 specialize in “Global Investment Rights”.
For Cyberpunk 2077, it can still be said to be a “tough” first month. Although the experience varies with the version you are playing (the PC version has relatively low bugs while playing the latest version on the PC) next-generation hardware reduces the performance issues of the console version), the company has confirmed that there is more work to be done , And promised to release major patches in the next few months.
The first version is version 1.06, which was launched a few days ago and should ensure “improved memory management and stability to reduce the number of crashes.” It also fixes an annoying PC bug that can cause save files larger than 8MB to lose all progress, although it cannot save saved games that have been rendered unplayable, which is a pity.
Of course, not all bugs are vulnerabilities like that. Some are just simple entertainment.