Cyberpunk 2077 has now been released for over a week.
While the game is excellent on PC and next-generation consoles, minus the abundance of bugs and glitches.
For those who are playing on previous-generation consoles, it has been an eventful week, to say the least.
After a flurry of refund requests from unhappy players, Sony made a shocking decision to remove the game from their online store.
Microsoft has taken action of its own, extending its refund policy to accept all refunds for the time being.
With the recent news, it appears investors are not happy and neither is their stock price.
Here's the news!
CD Projekt Red's stock has been in a whirlwind the last week.
Ever since Cyberpunk 2077 released, the developer's stock price and risen and dramatically crashed after outlets and other reputable sources have spoken out against the company.
VG247 has noted that last night, CD Projekt Red's stock was reported at $85.19 per share.
Now, it has since decreased by over 15%, falling to around $71.63.
This sudden dip is the cause of the game being removed entirely from the PlayStation Store, with no confirmed time for a return.
We can only assume it will continue to dip, with Microsoft now accepting refunds from everyone.
We will have to wait and see what measures CD Projekt takes in the coming weeks to halt this crash.