Four separate lawsuits against CD Projekt Red have been consolidated into a mega lawsuit.
CD Projekt Red provided an update on the ongoing costumes, writing on them a translated blog post "The court has consolidated the claims and appointed a principal plaintiff. Following this consolidation, the four claims will be subject to possible common court proceedings."
Two of these claims were well documented in December 2020 and January 2021, being targeted by CDPR by investors who claimed they were fooled about the status and gaming capability of Cyberpunk 2077 on the latest generation Xbox and PlayStation consoles. The other two lawsuits were not detailed in the CDPR publication, but, given their grouping, they presumably have a similar nature.
CD Projekt said in January that it would "take strong action to defend itself" shortly after the second lawsuit was filed against the studio and three weeks after the initial lawsuit.
Cyberpunk 2077 had a relatively successful launch on PC: we gave it a score of 78, referring to the "bug attack" that stained a fantastic environment. However, it was a completely different story for our Xbox One and PlayStation 4 friends, who found the game totally unmatched and immediately received refunds from Sony, Microsoft and CDPR. Despite all the problems, the game managed to sell 13 million copies in its first months.
Cyberpunk bugs are still being fixed 2077 months later, with the latest major update fixing 484 PC issues.