After the disastrous launch of Cyberpunk 2077 up PS4 And Xbox One, CD Projekt RED immediately ran for cover by publishing hotfixes 1.04, 1.05 and 1.06. Unfortunately, despite some improvements, the title continues to give problems, so much so as to convince Sony to remove the game from the Playstation Store.
To make matters worse, the company has come under the crosshairs of the Polish government itself, which will supervise the work of arranging the game. This is what we learn from the Polish newspaper Dziennik Gazeta Prawna where an exponent of theUOKiK (Polish Consumer Protection Office). “We will analyze how CD Projekt RED is addressing the issues that prevent Cyberpunk 2077 from working properly on different consoles. We will also check how the software house will respond to complaints and consumers not satisfied with their purchase“.
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If UOKiK does not remain satisfied with the work of CD Projekt, the Polish team could be accused of misleading advertisingforcing him to pay a fine equal to 10% of the declared annual income. In short, for the first time, a government decides to intervene directly on the arrangement of a video game. The reason why this happened in Poland could be due to the many aid and incentives that the government currently grants to the videogame sector. Among other things, since CD Projekt is the leading exponent of gaming in Poland, a failure to intervene could have created a big reputational risk.
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