Cyberpunk Developer Settles with Investors Over Disastrous Launch – IGN Daily Fix

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Cyberpunk 2077 developer CD Projekt Red has apparently arrived at funds with numerous unhappy investors who’d issued complaints following the game’s disastrous launch this past year. Captured, it had been reported the developer was facing four lawsuits from investors following a turbulent launch of Cyberpunk 2077. As stated by the Verge, CD Projekt Red has gone to live in settle the lawsuits, that have folded into one bigger suit, and by doing this seems set to spend around $1.85 million dollars to solve the problem.

Square Enix has already established to temporarily suspend sales of ultimate Fantasy XIV due to the tremendous success of their latest expansion, Endwalker. Writing around the Final Fantasy XIV website, producer and director Naoki Yoshida described the sheer number of individuals playing Endwalker has far exceeded Square’s server capacity. To be able to try to alleviate the lengthy wait occasions for players signing in, the organization has made the decision to prevent selling Final Fantasy XIV to beginners to temporarily stem the tide of incoming server traffic.

Warner Bros. Pictures has partnered with NVidia to give up three formally licensed-Matrix-themed-modded Computers in celebration from the launch from the Matrix Resurrections! Enter to win 1 of 3 custom formally licensed Matrix-themed Computers. They are unique builds using the latest GeForce RTX GPUs and therefore are all fully water-cooled.

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