The game is full of holes, and its performance on PS4 and Xbox one is ridiculous. The protests against the game became so big that CD Projekt red, in a public apology, advised customers to ask for a refund. This led users to ask Sony and Microsoft for a large number of refunds, and then Sony responded with a full refund and removed cyberpunk 2077 from its Playstation store. < / P > < p > but the journey doesn’t seem to be over yet. According to a report in the New York Times, CD Projekt red is likely to face one or more class actions after the launch of cyberpunk 2077. < / P > < p > it’s worth noting that the game is still being patched – as expected. Now, PC seems to get a better and more perfect version, and the next generation host is also doing better. < / P > < p > although there is not much relevant information at present, there is at least one lawsuit that will take place in the future, which may violate the provisions of Article 286 of Polish criminal code. Section 286 seems to be about making false statements or making use for the purpose of economic interests. In addition, wolf haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz LLP, a New York based law firm, is considering a possible class action. According to its website, the company specializes in Securities and shareholder litigation. It seems that if they want to make the lawsuit a reality, they will need to prove whether CD Projekt is suspected of deliberately misleading investors and shareholders. The report shows that the number of app store purchases soared in the first half of this year due to the impact of covid-19