Bugged Cyberpunk 2077 Causes CD Projekt To Face A Lawsuit

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    The lawsuit is looking for a class action position in the interests of the investing group who have accused CD Projekt, ‘Cyberpunk 2077’, for being over-hyped for not only the video game but for the stock price.

    Players have begun expressing their dissatisfaction and complaints against Cyberpunk 2077 which was one of the most highly anticipated VD games of this year. 

    One investor of the studio CD Projekt, producing Cyberpunk 2077 has sued the company along with their executives on 24th December, Thursday, in the federal court of Los Angeles. The investor has claimed that the company had falsely created a hype around the game with a misleading statement that has resulted in losing his investment along with the money of other investors.

    Cyberpunk 2077 Lawsuit Details

    The lawsuit states that the game has a whole lot of bugs and technical issues. This complaint has been reiterated by numerous other players of Cyberpunk 2077 in the recent time.

    Approximately 8 million people have pre-ordered their copies of Cyberpunk 2077. It is a science-fiction game that is set in a fancy futuristic city. The video game also stars the megastar, Keanu Reeves, in one of their characters.

    Unfortunately, several players are highly disappointed after the game was launched and shipped to them this month. They felt that the series of malfunctions and glitches along made this much-awaited game extremely sloppy and unworthy.

    Microsoft and Sony have also offered to refund the players who have purchased the game through their personal PlayStation, Xbox, and other online stores. Sony has even removed the Cyberpunk 2077 from their stores.

    The lawsuit has been filed by Andrew Trampe, an investor, who has alleged that CD Projekt has over-hyped the video game as well as the stock price from the past few months through numerous false-positive advertisements.

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