CD Projekt, the company behind Cyberpunk 2077, have responded to a second class action lawsuit from their investors. Here are some details.
It seems like cheat makers are going to have a tough time judging by recent news of Destiny 2 developer Bungie and Valorant developer Riot team up to sue GatorCheats.
The story of the Chronicles of Elyria lawsuit continues, with a recent update into the lawsuit explaining that a declaration of refund is being drafted.
The saga of Cyberpunk 2077 is never ending, it seems. Just recently, the Schall Law Firm posted a press release announcing the filing of a class action lawsuit against CD Projekt SA, prompting a response from CD Projekt.
When we say the hits just keep on coming for Cyberpunk 2077, we're not talking about a Nomad with Gorilla Arms. The latest issues levied at CD Projekt Red further spells more trouble as a class action lawsuit is reportedly on the table from investors, while GOG warns players to limit their items, or lose their save games.
The ongoing lawsuit regarding the sudden shut down of Chronicles of Elyria received some additional information today in the form of letters from the laywers of Soulbound Studios and Xsolla.
After some time of relatively no public updates, the ongoing lawsuit surrounding Chronicles of Elyria has an update, albeit brief.
The ongoing saga that is the lawsuit against Xsolla and SoulBound Studios over the abrupt shut down of Chronicles of Elyria has received an update. Here are the details.
In a lengthy update on the official Discord, the class action lawsuit for Chronicles of Elyria claims that Xsolla are not honoring refund requests.
Remember Chronicles of Elyria? Backers of the game had contacted the Washington Attorney General for potential action. It looks like there's an update.
Remember that lawsuit between Star Citizen’s Cloud Imperium Games and Crytek? Well it appears to have been settled.