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CD Projekt Red explains why Cyberpunk 2077 ESRB Rating mentions “in-game purchases”
CD Projekt Red has always been vocal about not having microtransactions in its titles. That was certainly the case with The Witcher series, and that has been the plan for Cyberpunk 2077. However, yesterday ESRB published its rating for Cyberpunk, which mentions “In-Game Purchases.”
A spokesman CD Projekt Red explained that this descriptor does not necessarily refer to microtransactions. It is also required for games that may receive expansions in the future.
CD Projekt RED doing great on Steam and Warsaw Stock Exchange
CD Projekt RED announced that the Steam version of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has generated over $50 million in revenue since October 1st 2018. Around that time, Valve’s storefront introduced a tiered revenue split system. For each title that has brought in over 50 million, Steam now takes 20% of its subsequent revenues. That means that from now on, CD Projekt RED will keep 80% of The Witcher 3’s sales on Steam.
Video games: notable lawsuits of 2018 and 2019. Part One.
For our friends at law firm Semenov&Pevzner, the video games industry is something of a courtroom drama, if not a legal thriller. Exclusively for Game World Observer, the firm’s IP lawyers have put together a rundown of two years’ worth of video game lawsuits.