Cyberpunk 2077 investors strike a glitchy $1.85 million gaming deal

By Hannah Albarazi (January 28, 2022, 6:28 PM EST) – Investors are suing the Polish company behind the highly anticipated first-person shooter video game Cyberpunk 2077, which turned out to be a glitches-filled flop, Asked a California federal judge on Thursday to approve a proposed $1.85 million settlement resolving allegations that CD Projekt SA misrepresented the game’s preparation for release.

The proposed settlement would resolve a proposed class of consolidated securities actions of investors alleging that CD Projekt and three of its executives released a “virtually unplayable” video game after spending the months leading up to the release claiming that the dystopian video game was complete”. and playable.”

The attorney for the investors told the court that…

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