CD Projekt RED has provided an update on the lawsuit facing its sci-f epic Cyberpunk 2077, confirming it is scheduled to be filed with the court next month. The update comes after it was confirmed that all four lawsuits facing the Polish studio had been consolidated.
Speaking during a shareholder meeting this week, Piotr Nielubowicz, CDPR’s chief financial officer and board member, revealed via a translator the following update:
The court has selected a representative of the opposing party, a law firm representing them and their lead plaintiff – that is the main person representing that claiming party. As of today, we are not aware of a value of a potential claim. The actual suit shall be filed with the court until the end of June.
Cyberpunk 2077 was released in December 2020 for PS4, PC and Xbox One, but was heavily criticised for its performance on home consoles. Furthermore, the game was removed from the PlayStation Store shortly after launch, and has yet to return.
You can read our Cyberpunk 2077 review here.