Investors seem to be dissatisfied with the studio’s conflict with Sony.
Polish gaming company CD Projekt’s share price plummeted after plummeting Cyberpunk 2077 The PlayStation Play store on PS4 has stopped selling.
The company’s stock closed at PLN309.20 ($85.19) yesterday, Thursday, December 17, but it opened at only PLN260 ($71.63) this morning. Projekt’s stock fell by 15.9% overnight and 40% from its record price set in August when the company’s market value was 42.4 billion zlotys ($11.7 billion). There is no doubt that this is a reaction to Sony’s withdrawal of the PS4 version of the game from the PlayStation Store last night and the Xbox One version of this version and Cyberpunk 2077.
These versions of the highly anticipated sci-fi RPG are far below the quality expected by game fans and suffer from major frame rate issues in addition to other rendering and visual errors. Just last month, CD Projekt stated that “Cyberpunk 2077” runs well on PS4 and Xbox One.
In a Twitter post, CD Projekt not only apologized for the state of the game on these platforms, but also apologized for not showing the title on PS4 or Xbox One before launch, and for not spending enough time on these platforms to tell. “Cyberpunk 2077” performance. The company also stated that you can ask for a refund, but Sony rejected these notices and told people to wait until the “Cyberpunk 2077” patch in 2021.
Before release, the game may cause seizures for some players. Since then, in addition to exploring “a more permanent solution”, CD Projekt has also added a warning initial screen to Cyberpunk 2077 to warn users of the risk. Over the weekend, the studio released a patch to fix some of these problems.
“Cyberpunk 2077” has been booked 8 million times before its release, bringing in about $500 million in revenue. This alone is sufficient to cover the development and marketing costs of CD Projekt’s abandoned games. Within a few hours of its release, “Cyberpunk 2077” attracted more than one million concurrent users on Steam.