According to Gamesindustry.biz, CD Projekt Red’s stock price has dropped an estimate of 25% percent over the course of the last 3 months.
The company’s share price peaked this August at 461 zloty (116.5$) per share with a market cap of 42.4 billion zloty (10.7 billion $). However, after the delayed release date of Cyberpunk 2077 and the mandatory extra work hours, the share price dived to 331 zloty (85$). It is really strange that the price dropped especially now that Cyberpunk 2077 is almost released and an augmented reality Witcher game is on the works.
CD Projekt Red’s stock price also dropped earlier this year, because of the coronavirus pandemic. However, the company’s president Adam Kiciński managed to revive the stock by announcing another big singleplayer RPG that will probably be the next game in the Witcher Universe. In other relative news, we remind you that Witcher 3 will get a free update for next-gen consoles along with a cross-save feature.
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