While fans continue to wait for the launch of the GOTY Edition of Cyberpunk 2077, the Polish company will have to pay $1.85 million to investors who proceeded through legal channels following the not at all exciting launch of Cyberpunk 2077. Two years later, therefore, the previously stipulated agreement is approved.
The information that has emerged in the last few hours, in fact, has seen him as the protagonist the approval of the millionaire compensation that CD Project Red will have to comply, following the controversies – from the market and from investors – that emerged following the launch of Cyberpunk 2077 in December 2020. The news had already been in the air for some time: in fact, we are talking about December 2021, a period in which information about this agreement entered into by both parties had been disclosed.
However, following the 2021 settlements, Judge Fernando M. Olguin had denied approval of this, declaring that there was information not previously present in the motion. Consequently, the one that Olguin had highlighted was an inconsistency in the legal documents presented by the injured party and the motion.
After the announcement of the start of a legal procedure against the CD Project Red software house, following the conditions they made Cyberpunk 2077 “virtually unplayable on current generation systems Xbox or PlayStation due to the huge number of bugs “, it would therefore seem that the company and Rosen Law Firm – which has taken charge of investor representation – will have to request approval of the agreement in the course of the next few months.
Final approval should in fact arrive by 1 June 2023, even if it is necessary to request approval again no later than April 28 of the same year. Meanwhile, on the gaming front, CD Project Red is grappling with numerous projects, starting with the remake of the first The Witcher in Unreal Engine 5 and much more, including the various works dedicated to the Cyberpunk 2077 brand.