Developer CD Project Red could find itself in major legal trouble in the coming period. Bloomberg noted that a firm called Rosen Law announced that it had filed a class-action lawsuit against the company. Also, the lawsuit is announced by investor Andrew Trampe.
Rosen Law states that the management of CD Projekt Red studios misled investors about the state of the game before its release and did not reveal that Cyberpunk 2077 was "practically unplayable" on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles due to a large number of bugs. Rosen does not currently have a chief prosecutor, but investors can join a class-action lawsuit by filling out an online form.
Besides, Andrew Trampe - an investor in Cyberpunk 2077, has filed a lawsuit against CD Project Red Study on his behalf and behalf of other investors, on the same grounds - for publishing titles with serious bugs.
See also: Sony removed Cyberpunk 2077 from the PlayStation Store
Last weekend, The New York Times reported that investors in the company's home country, Poland, are also considering legal action against CD Projekt Red. The public reaction around the game’s launch was so negative that Sony recently withdrew the game from the PlayStation Store, while Microsoft expanded its refund policy.
CD Project Red has also promised to refund money to those who bought the game at retail. News of the lawsuits comes after CD Project Red announced it had sold about 13 million copies of the Cyberpunk 2077 game.