When Cyberpunk 2077 was put on sale more than a year ago, the state in which it was published (especially in its console version) was a reason for complaint on the part of investors and shareholders They even went so far as to sue CD Projekt for not having fulfilled what was promised. Now the Polish company has reached an agreement with the plaintiff group: pay $ 1.85 million in exchange for the lawsuit being dropped.
This is how they tell it in VGC, a medium that includes a statement published by the group of investors: “According to the term sheet, the members (…) waive any and all claims against the company [CD Projekt] and the members of its board of directors. In return, the company and its insurer will pay an agreement in the amount of 1,850,000 dollars, “the statement can read. Said figure at the direct exchange rate in Spain will be approximately ms of 1,600,000 euros.
That s, the payment of this millionaire amount does not mean that CD Projekt recognizes that the state of Cyberpunk 2077 at launch it was as bad as the plaintiffs considered: “As expressly stated in the term sheet, the execution of the term sheet does not imply the admission of responsibility any by the Company or any of the other defendants named in the case, “the statement read.
As well explained in VGC, this figure does not represent a huge effort for the Polish company: CD Projekt Ingres $ 563 million by sale of video games during the month of Cyberpunk 2077 launch, losing only 2.2 million due to the return campaign of the game on consoles. In 2020 they registered a record of income of 2,140 million zlotys (471 million euros at the exchange rate).
Cyberpunk 2077 is available in PS4, Xbox One, PC y Stadia. Coming to PS5 and Xbox Series X / S in early 2022, the company insists. If you have not played it, you can read our analysis here, and if you find yourself exploring Night City we recommend that you have our complete guide at hand.