CDPR Faces Second US Class Action Lawsuit Over Cyberpunk 2077

The complicated launch of Cyberpunk 2077 last month it had repercussions that go beyond simply a dissatisfied player base. The game is no longer available on the PS Store. Shares of CD Projekt Red have fallen. Now, It has been revealed that a second class action lawsuit against the Polish studio has been registered in the United States.

Through a statement from CD Projekt Red itself, it has been revealed that a lawsuit on behalf of the company’s investors has been filed in the United States District Court for the Central District of California. Similar to the previous lawsuit, it has been mentioned that Investors were misled about Cyberpunk 2077’s performance on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

At the moment it is unknown exactly how much money is required for compensation. Unlike other lawsuits, both in the United States and in other countries, this time CD Projekt Red did decide to issue an answer: “The Company will take vigorous action to defend itself against such claims.”

Currently The studio is working on patches that will improve game performance on Xbox One and PS4. Similarly, in 2021 we will see the launch of the first DLC, as well as the next-gen versions of the title. On related issues, a recent statement by a group of analysts has mentioned that CD Projekt Red could be acquired by a larger company, this as a consequence of the launch of Cyberpunk 2077. Similarly, a report has mentioned that this game was going to be ready until 2022.