CD Projekt might soon be able to settle a class-action lawsuit from investors over Cyberpunk 2077’s botched launch. However, it doesn’t mean that the company is going to accept all allegations against it.
The US District Court for the Central District of California suspended all proceedings because a law firm representing CD Projekt entered negotiations with investors, the company reported on December 8.
If both parties reach the settlement, they should file for its approval by the court until January 13.
“It should also be noted that entering into negotiations concerning a potential settlement should in no way be construed as acceptance by the Company or members of its Management Board of any allegations expressed in the plaintiffs’ court filings,” CD Projekt wrote in a statement.
CD Projekt has faced at least five class-action lawsuits since the release of Cyberpunk 2077. In May, four of them filed in the US were united into one, with investors accusing the company of concealing important information regarding the game’s technical issues from investors.
As for now, CD Projekt continues to work on Cyberpunk 2077’s next-gen versions and believes that it “will sell for years” after it is finally fixed and improved.