CD Projekt RED vows to vigorously defend against investor lawsuits over Cyberpunk 2077 issues

The controversy surrounding the commotion that has been generated these weeks with Cyberpunk 2077 returns to be the protagonist one more day. The reason is due to the fact that in recent days several investors have sued CD Projekt RED claiming that they have felt cheated and the truth about the state and the real performance of the game had been hidden from them.

The lawsuit ended up reaching the federal court in Los Angeles, where it has been alleged that the Polish studio has been cheating with its game full of glitches, which ended up leading to the returns that users have been requesting massively, the one that Sony has eliminated the RPG of PlayStation Store and that during the last days the shares of the company have collapsed.

It is clear that the situation is not a dish of good taste. That does not mean that the Rosen Law firm, specialized in global investor rights and in charge of this lawsuit, has stated that it will do everything possible to recover the damages that CD Projekt RED has caused to investors.

Thus, from Bloomberg, we receive a statement from the company in response to these accusations in which it has assured that it will do everything it can to defend itself “vigorously” against the claim that has been imposed.

[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]The plaintiffs are asking the court to judge whether the actions taken by the company and members of its board of directors in connection with the launch of Cyberpunk 2077 have been in violation of federal law, that is, by misleading investors and consequently, cause them losses. We will vigorously defend ourselves against such claims.[/perfectpullquote]

At no time has it been discussed the losses and damages that exactly this problem has caused. Even so, Cyberpunk 2077 can boast of having had a magnificent release, as recently it has been reported that more than 13 million copies have been sold worldwide, despite returns, while CD Projekt RED continues to work on more. updates, like patch 1.06 that he released a few days ago.