After Cyberpunk 2077’s Troubles, CD Projekt Investors Ask To Leave The Company’s CEO

After its launch, Cyberpunk 2077 was not what investors expected.

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Among the investors who decided to trust Cyberpunk 2077 movie, the latest address of Red Projekt CDSomeone raised their voice against the company. Poor launch of the game with Unacceptable promises From the company in a petition submitted by Hebrew advisorsBritish investor.

Cyberpunk 2077 is no longer on the PlayStation Digital Store.Jeffrey Terman, CEO, Shelter Advisorsmentioned in one Interview what or what CD Projekt Red Wouldn’t Have Made Many Mistakes With Cyberpunk 2077 ‘If They Tried’. The company has class action At hand and we are still waiting for the game to return to the digital platform of Play Station.

Terman keep saying that Convincing other CD Projekt Red owners to fire CEO Adam Kisinski and co-founder Marcin Iwinsky. Reason? earnings from Red Projekt CD It’s down 57% since launch Cyberpunk 2077 movie.

However, shooting Adam Kshesinski s Marcin Ewinsky It is not an easy task. It is necessary to get 60% of the votes in favor of the owners Red Projekt CD To remove the CEO and co-founder of the company from their positions. Marcin, Adam and his brother Michel KczynskiThey own 34% of the company, so it would be difficult to reach the percentage needed to approve a move from these properties.

spots from Cyberpunk 2077 movie what was fired Red Projekt CD They focused on improving the stability of the game. Either by the community or the developers themselves, glitch los They do not stop appearing.

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Cyberpunk 2077 movie available on PC, stadiaAnd the PS4 s Xbox One. versions PS5 s Xbox Series X It’s still in development, but the title can be played on both platforms thanks to backwards compatibility.

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