A US judge has signed a previously concluded settlement agreement between Cyberpunk 2077 publisher CD Projekt and the investors. This concludes this common case of Cyberpunk 2077 cheats.
the judge Granted approval to settle by concluding that the agreement gives no reason to doubt its fairness. These doubts can arise if the court finds that a party is disproportionately favored, or if there is inadequate compensation or excessive attorneys’ fees. This is not the case in this case. There will be a final hearing on June 1 where the fairness, reasonableness and adequacy of the settlement will be debated again, but that will likely be just a formality.
After the release of Cyberpunk 2077 in December 2020, many investors showed up File lawsuits Against CD Projekt because the publisher was not honest about the state of the game on Xbox and PlayStation consoles. in 2021 Four things combined And the The settlement was reached at the end of 2021 in the current combined state.
According to this agreement, the plaintiffs waive all claims against the publisher and CD Projekt will pay $1.85 million. Anyone who has traded stocks for most of 2020 is eligible for compensation. This equates to about $0.49 per share. Ars Technica writes That consultant had previously estimated on behalf of the investors that the total damages amounted to $11 million. Thus the complaining parties now share only a small part of that total amount they say they lost.
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