This is the lawsuit from investors that dates back to 2020.
A futuristic black car speeding through a futuristic cyberpunk city. There are neon signs above various shops and litter on the streets. A fan with a couple of enemies up the road is shooting at the approaching black car.

CD Projekt Red has settled a lawsuit with investors concerning the rough state that Cyberpunk 2077 launched in. The settlement with investors comes out to $1.85 million (USD). This settlement (PDF) will cover the administration costs, taxes, attorney fees, and more for investors that bought stock in CD Projekt Red from January 16 to December 17, 2020.

The class-action lawsuit was filed at the end of 2020. At the time, those suing CD Projekt Red claimed that the company hid the true state of Cyberpunk 2077 from them. They say that they were not made aware of the myriad of bugs, performance issues, and more that made the game unplayable for many. These issues were mainly focused on the console versions of the game which were far, far worse than the still buggy PC version of Cyberpunk.

If that $1.85 million settlement figure seems familiar, it may be because CD Projekt Red settled a different lawsuit in December 2021 for the exact same amount.

Cyberpunk 2077 has received numerous updates since its initial launch. These updates have been mainly focused on fixing bugs and improving performance when and where possible. A next-gen update for the game came about in February 2022. More recently, the content-filled Edgerunners update brought some of the animated show's content into the game world. There is also the upcoming Phantom Liberty expansion coming at some point in the future. A full sequel, codenamed Orion, was also announced in October 2022.

Cyberpunk 2077 also just won the "Labor of Love" award during the latest Steam Game Awards. The game beat out games like No Man's Sky and Deep Rock Galactic to win the vote.