It’s been exactly a month since Cyberpunk 2077 eventually hit store shelves, but it has surely been slow for the CD Projekt Red team. After a dismal release on the PlayStation and Xbox consoles, the development studio has worked tirelessly to improve the quality of the game in a short period of time. And now, it looks like CDPR members could be under even more pressure to ensure the game reaches a better state in the near future.
According to a new report from the Polish publication Benchmark, the Polish Office for Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKIK for short) is now taking an interest in CD Projekt Red and is monitoring the situation with Cyberpunk 2077 a little. As the name of the entity suggests, UOKIK serves the general public in Poland to ensure that the interests of consumers are taken into account. While no action has been taken by UOKIK yet, they may do so in the future.
For now, the office is just making sure CD Projekt Red delivers on the promises it made regarding the future of Cyberpunk 2077. Over the past few weeks, the studio has said it will be adding new updates to the game over the next two months to improve the console iterations of the game. If that doesn’t happen as expected, UOKIK could go for the right one. CD Projekt Red.
It is important to note that no fines have yet been imposed by UOKIK and there is a chance it never will. That said, if the bureau finds that CD Projekt Red was unfair to consumers in one way or another and the promised fixes aren’t enough to satisfy customer complaints, it could fine a studio’s studio. maximum of 10% of its annual income. Again, there is a good chance this will not materialize, but it may depend on what CD Projekt Red does in the weeks and months to come.
The biggest downside to this whole situation is that it will only put even more stress on the CDPR developers who are surely exasperated. All in all, this has been a frustrating situation to watch unfold in many ways, but I hope Cyberpunk 2077 the quality will continue to improve as we progress. If you would like to continue to follow our coverage during this time, you can do so here.
So do you think CD Projekt Red will end up getting fined in the future for the way it came out? Cyberpunk 2077? Let me know in the comments or hit me up on Twitter at @ Mooreman12 to let me know what you think of this story.