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CD Projekt to pay investors less than $2 million in class-action settlement
CD Projekt has managed to finally settle a class-action lawsuit over Cyberpunk 2077‘s controversial launch. The company will pay investors only $1.85 million, while they will relinquish all claims against the Polish developer.
Analysts expect Cyberpunk 2077 to sell less than 4 million copies in 2021
It’s been a year since the release of Cyberpunk 2077. Due to a lot of issues and scandals, CD Projekt shares dropped by 54% over the last 12 months. On top of that, the game’s sales are far from the initially optimistic forecasts.
CD Projekt to restructure GOG team in wake of $2.2 million losses, focusing on its DRM-free philosophy
CD Projekt has shared its plans for GOG’s future in the wake of the store’s net losses. The company wants to restructure a division, moving some of its employees to the game development team. GOG’s concept will also go back to the roots, focusing on offering DRM-free games.
Cyberpunk 2077 sees 540% boost in YouTube views, while game’s total sales remain undisclosed
Players have definitely warmed up to Cyberpunk 2077 in the wake of the latest discounts. The game came back to the lists of best-selling titles on PC, and its views on YouTube jumped by 540% over the last week. CD Projekt itself, however, still doesn’t disclose the Cyberpunk 2077 sales.
CD Projekt CEO believes Cyberpunk 2077 “will sell for years” as studio doesn’t plan to stop improving it
CD Projekt still has a lot of faith in Cyberpunk 2077 and has no plans to stop its support and improvement. The company’s CEO Adam Kiciński has explained why he thinks the game will have a long tail of sales just like The Witcher series.
CD Projekt on creating nonlinear gameplay elements in Cyberpunk 2077: “It was a f**king hell”
CD Projekt RED developers have discussed the process of creating nonlinear gameplay in Cyberpunk 2077. They explained why variability is not always great for a huge game like this, as the team had to spend too much resources on small elements.
No tattoos, no nudity, and spoons everywhere: how CDPR censors GWENT for China
GWENT is known for its outstanding arts, but the Chinese version of the game has suffered from censorship a lot. CD Projekt had to cut all violent and NSFW content, which suddenly gave cards weird (and sometimes hilarious) context.
The Witcher: Monster Slayer surpasses 500,000 downloads on Google Play despite some launch bugs
The Witcher: Monster Slayer, a new AR mobile game based on the famous franchise, has generated over 500K downloads in less than a week since launch. Developers, meanwhile, are now trying to fix numerous bugs and glitches.
Cyberpunk 2077 quest designer on CD Projekt going radio silent: “We hadn’t been in a situation like this before”
Paweł Sasko, a lead quest designer for Cyberpunk 2077, has answered a few questions from fans. He confirmed that free DLCs are on the way and also shared his thoughts on CD Projekt’s problems with community work and being transparent with fans.
Fans creating memes to mock CD Projekt for cutting subway and other features from Cyberpunk 2077
Thanks to the official stats shared by CD Projekt, we know that players have spent 6.3 million hours in the character creator on Cyberpunk 2077. However, for all the stuff gamers have done in the game, there’re still plenty of activities that they haven’t completed because the developer removed the content once promised for the title.
Analysts see no bright future for CD Projekt until release of Cyberpunk 2077 first DLC in 2022
Although CD Projekt continues to work on Cyberpunk 2077, analysts expect that the company’s share price will continue to decline. Here is stock market experts’ forecast on the game’s sales and the publisher’s growth potential.
CD Projekt working on unannounced The Witcher game as it continues to fix Cyberpunk 2077
CD Projekt president Adam Kiciński has shared some details about the company’s plans. The studio is still focused on fixing and improving Cyberpunk 2077, but a part of the team has already started working on unannounced games based on both of its major IPs.