CD Projekt Red promises ‘vigorous’ defense in Cyberpunk 2077 consumer lawsuits

Darn it.

In what’s perhaps a bit of a “water is wet” sort of story, CD Projekt Red, the publisher/developer of Cyberpunk 2077, released a statement that effectively has the company cracking its knuckles and preparing for any legal challenges.

A regulatory announcement released on December 25th remarks on a class action lawsuit filed by investors on December 24th that claimed the studio made a number of statements misrepresenting the playability of Cyberpunk 2077 on PS4 and Xbox One, resulting in the investors suffering fiscal harm from tanking share prices due to the game’s botched arrival on those platforms. CDPR has said that the company “will undertake vigorous action to defend itself against any such claims.”

While the statement is likely ticked off by the Rosen Law Firm’s filing, it isn’t the only such law firm the company could be facing, as investors in Warsaw, Poland, are considering a class action of their own and another law firm in the US, Schall Law Firm, has put out a call to other investors to join in yet another class action suit.

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