A proceeding consisting of four class actions filed Cyberpunk 2077 Developer, CD projectThe company said it would be submitted to court in June.
Last week, Polish developer CD Projekt combined four class actions filed in December and January into one, and faced one large-scale proceeding instead of four over Cyberpunk 2077. I heard that.
Now, CD Projekt announced the latest information on the situation at the shareholders’ meeting, stating that the main plaintiff was appointed first and the proceedings were filed in court in June (thanks, thank you. VGC).
“The court has selected a representative of the other party, a law firm representing the other party, and its principal plaintiff, who is the main person representing the alleging party,” Chief Financial Officer Piotr Nielubowicz said at the meeting. Said through an interpreter. “As of today, we are not aware of the value of the potential claim. The actual proceedings shall be filed in court until the end of June.”
We already know that CD Projekt promised to “actively” defend against proceedings earlier this year. A class action proceeding was filed on behalf of a group of investors who said the game’s reception and its impact on the CDP stock price had lost them money.
If you don’t remember the launch dispute, Cyberpunk 2077 was plagued by problems: SF RPGs were buggy, unstable, and ran badly on the Xbox One and PS4, but the latter was very Because it was bad, Sony had to remove it from the PlayStation Store sale. PS4 owners still can’t buy the digital version of the game today. However, we believe CD Projekt Red isn’t too far away before it’s available again.
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