Judge ultimately approves $1.85 million compensation for Cyberpunk 2077’s catastrophic debut
In relation to the contentious release of Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt and its investors reached a $1.85 million settlement, which a Californian court has now accepted.
If that seems familiar, it’s because this same $1.85 million settlement was made public back in December 2021. (opens in new tab). According to Law360 (via PCGamesN), the problem is that US District Judge Fernando M. Olguin declined approval of the settlement in April, stating that the draught “includes a lot of material that is not in your petition and is not supported by a statement or other papers.” Within a few weeks, a new settlement was delivered.