On Tuesday, the studio, which also worked on critically acclaimed RPG The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, revealed that a lead plaintiff has been appointed in wake of the consolidation, and that all of the lawsuits will be subject to potential common court proceedings.
Cyberpunk 2077 was hit by the lawsuits due to the game’s trouble launched and performance on PS4 and Xbox One, which CDPR is still attempting to fix via post-launch updates. The game was removed from the PlayStation Store shortly after launch, and has yet to return.
Despite the troubles surrounding the game, a recent report has claimed that management at CDPR are set to receive bonuses of around four – six million dollars.
Cyberpunk 2077 was released for PS4, PC and Xbox One in December 2020, and you can read our review here. CDPR is set to launch a native PS5 and Xbox Series X/S version of the game later this year.
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