We already know that Sony is pulling back the CyberPunk 2077 and offering refunds to the users. Now, an Investor sues CD Projekt over the Foozle launch of CyberPunk 2077. The launch of CyberPunk 2077 is a big disappointment not only for the gamers but for the investors too.
Investor Sues CD Projekt
One of the investors filed a lawsuit against the CD Projekt yesterday and says that investors were misguided about the performance of Cyberpunk 2077 before its release. This causes a massive stock price loss to the investors. CD Projekt tried to convince that the game can’t be played virtually, but they failed as per lawsuits. Moreover, the company said that it’s a success, and these issues are negligible.
The plaintiff, Andrew Trampe, is trying to contact other investors to take legal action against the CD Projekt for this blunder.
According to Bloomberg reports, investors claim that CD Projekt tried to defend itself against them.
The game was launched earlier this month, and it bothered with bugs and assisting retailers to convenience makers for the full refund. Gamestop is taking returns even if the user has opened the game against the Gamestop policy and guidelines. Sony had already pulled the game last week. Users can ask for refunds for Cyberpunk 2077; Sony is providing it to the unsatisfied users.
Even after having so many bugs and issues, the CD Projekt sold 13 million copies of Cyberpunk 2077 within two weeks of its launch. It makes the CyberPunk 2077 best-selling game of the year 2020. Also, the marketing strategy of the company helped them to sell more copies. Hence the CD Projekt has successfully managed to get the investment amount from the sale of the game copies.
Users claim that they face issues like crashing, scripting issues, poor performance, quality texture, crackling audio, and many more.