The Cyberpunk soap opera is renewed for a new season in 2021, and the pilot is very promising. On the program: a still buggy game, grumpy investors and CD Projekt’s response to the lawsuits looming. We told you about it a few days before the end of the holiday season, CD Projekt must now face hordes of angry investors, determined to make them pay the Cyberpunk 2077 affront on Xbox One and PS4 fat. According to Rosen Law Firm, specializing in investor rights, the game would be virtually unplayable on the aforementioned media, the fault of an improbable number of bugs and other technical problems.
A complaint followed by other firms, all this adding to the long list of repercussions of the chaotic launch of the futuristic RPG. However, the Polish studio intends to defend itself against these accusations, supported by the outright withdrawal of the game from the Playstation Store, pending the famous optimization patches: in a statement in response to the legal attacks targeting CP2077, CD Projekt indicates that ‘he will put in place “a vigorous defence against the facts with which they are accused”.
As for the situation of the game at the time of this writing: the game is in version 1.06, but most of the work remains to be done. The updates supposed to stabilize the grinds should, as a reminder, arrive as early as this month, with a second essential patch next month. The situation seems to be getting worse & worse for CD Projekt. Despite the games great playing numbers and sells, what will be the future of this futuristic RPG game is yet to be seen.
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