Seems, CD Projekt RED’s buyers aren’t all that tough to placate. A 12 months after the developer was sued for making false and deceptive statements concerning Cyberpunk 2077‘s console variations, which resulted in losses for buyers, a settlement has been reached for $1.85 million – a paltry sum contemplating the ruckus.
“Within the framework of negotiations regarding a possible settlement settlement in a case pending earlier than the US District Courtroom for the Central District of California, a proposal concerning key phrases, which – if agreed upon – would supply the idea for a potential written settlement settlement was formally formulated on 7 December 2021,” reads an announcement from CD Projekt RED. “In line with these phrases, members of the category (together with the plaintiffs) would relinquish all claims in opposition to the Firm and members of its Administration Board.”
The deal is anticipated to conclude inside a few months and is topic to the court docket’s approval.
Cyberpunk 2077‘s launch was probably the most embarrassing episode in CD Projekt RED’s historical past. The corporate’s administration continued to make deceptive statements and solely doubled down on its claims when confronted. Lately, it emerged that the studio lied about Keanu Reeves having performed Cyberpunk 2077 when the actor outright denied enjoying it throughout an interview.
However all’s nicely that finish’s nicely…for buyers and CD Projekt RED, that’s.