- Oct 2, 2019
- CD Projekt stock tumbled as much as 22% to a nine-month low on Friday.
- The "Cyberpunk 2077" developer shed up to $1.8 billion in market capitalization after Sony said it would pull the buggy game from its PlayStation store and provide refunds to players.
- CD Projekt apologized on Monday for disappointing players and promised to fix the problems in the coming weeks.
- "After three delays, we were too focused on releasing the game," co-CEO Adam Kicinski said during an analyst call this week. "It was the wrong approach and against our business philosophy."
'Cyberpunk 2077' publisher's stock plummets 22% after Sony pulls the buggy game from its online store and offers refunds
'Cyberpunk 2077'. CD Projekt Red CD Projekt stock tumbled as much as 22% to a nine-month low on Friday.The 'Cyberpunk 2077' developer shed up t...