Cyberpunk 2077 may have suffered one of the roughest launches in recent memory when it arrived in December of last year, but despite a series of patches, CDPR has been subject to a series of class-action lawsuits.
The developer has now revealed that a lead plaintiff has been appointed, and four class-action lawsuits will be merged into one.
Cyberpunk 2077: Four Class Action Lawsuits Against CDPR Have Merged
As per VGC, the lawsuits include class-actions from some of the companies own shareholders, and will now be subject to potential common court proceedings.
The first lawsuit, filed shortly after the game's launch in December, claims that the game was “virtually unplayable on the current-generation Xbox or PlayStation systems due to an enormous number of bugs", causing “reputational and pecuniary harm”.
The game is, at the time of writing still unavailable on the PlayStation Store.
CDPR has previously maintained that it "will undertake vigorous action to defend itself against it".
It's also worth noting that despite its issues, CD Projekt Red made $562 million in 2020.
For more on Cyberpunk 2077, be sure to check out all we know about patch 1.3.
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