CD Projekt Red is facing potential fines from Polish consumer protection if patches don’t improve Cyberpunk 2077

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Hey, remember how¬†Cyberpunk 2077 is supposed to get a multiplayer component? Does that seem particularly likely given all of the game’s current issues? One wonders if that’s one of the many improvements that the Polish Office of Competition and Consumer Protection will be monitoring the developers at CD Projekt Red over, as it turns out the office is now promising big fines to the studio if it fails to substantially improve the game via patches.

The office in question promises to track the progress made by CDPR to correct the game’s issues on hardware which should support the game as well as how restitution is handled for consumers dissatisfied with the performance of the title. While it’s unlikely for the developer to face any actual fines so long as a stream of patches continue, it’s notable that the developer is facing the possibility in the first place.

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