CD Projekt SA, the Polish video-game writer of Cyberpunk 2077, was sued by an investor who claims the corporate misled him concerning the potential of the error-plagued recreation whose botched launch this month induced shares to dive.
Andrew Trampe sued Thursday in federal courtroom in Los Angeles and seeks to symbolize different buyers who purchased the corporate’s securities.
CD Projekt didn’t disclose that Cyberpunk 2077 was “virtually unplayable on the current-generation Xbox or Playstation systems due to an enormous number of bugs,” based on the criticism. As a outcome, Sony Corp. eliminated Cyberpunk 2077 from the Playstation Store, and Sony, Microsoft Corp. and the corporate have been compelled to supply full refunds for the sport, based on the criticism.
The firm’s American depositary receipts fell 25% within the three days after Cyberpunk 2077 was launched on Dec. 10. They fell one other 16% after Sony eliminated the sport from its Playstation retailer on Dec. 18.
CD Projekt representatives didn’t reply to an emailed request for remark, despatched after common enterprise hours.