The Cyberpunk 2077 dispute attracted the attention of the Polish Consumer Protection Office.
Cyberpunk 2077In the new year, troubles seem to continue, and this is arguably one of the toughest game releases in history.
The shocking state of the PS4 and Xbox One technology eventually led to the withdrawal of the game from the PlayStation store, with many major stores (including retail stores) offering refunds to disgruntled customers. Some disappointed investors even took CD Projekt to court on the grounds that they allegedly misled them about the game state of the previous generation of consoles.
If all this has not done enough damage to CD Projekt’s reputation, the Polish Office of Competition and Consumer Protection is now monitoring the situation. Malgorzata Cieloch of UOKiK revealed in Dziennik Gazeta Prawna (via Benchmark) in Poland that the government office will check the progress of the promised patch to bring the console version to a normal level.
“We will check how manufacturers make corrections or solve difficulties to prevent games from being played on different consoles, and how to take action against complaints and dissatisfied people who cannot buy due to complaints. UOKiK’s Google Translation statement read: “Despite the manufacturer’s previous guarantee, you can still play games on the device. “
If CD Projekt fails to deliver or meet UOKiK’s requirements, the developer may be fined up to 10% of annual revenue. Things may not reach that level, but this is still another epitome of the studio’s reputation.
Thank you, game route.