I work QA. I've worked closely with devs. I've sat with devs while we discussed possible ways to fix issues I entered. I know what they can and can't do. If management says drop that and work on this instead, you drop it and work on what they tell you.
If management tells you to change fundamental features because management's 8 year old was out of school one day and they had to bring them to the office and the 8 year old didn't like how that feature worked, I'm sorry but you're changing that feature because an 8 year old didn't like it. It doesn't matter if the game isn't being made for 8 year olds. Management decides, and if they want change just to make their 8 year old happy, then change is happening. I've actually seen it happen.
I think I have a better fundamental understanding about how things work since it's actually connected to my work.
Oh and it's pretty common knowledge that there's a difference between criminal law and common/civil law, or can you please tell me what articles of the Criminal Code did CDPR break. You can't because no crime was committed.
What CDRP did is possibly break common/civil law, and would be sued under common/civil law.
Oh but I don't have fundamental understanding, oh wait the very first result when googling the question says I do:
Civil law vs. criminal law can be confusing. Join us as we investigate the differences.www.rasmussen.edu
Oh and here's an actual lawyer explaining it. Notice how he never mentions criminal, crime or anything like that because it's not a criminal suit.
Maybe this can wet your appetite then: "Why no one is talking about this? Kiciński Michał single-handed crushed the CDPR stock at 4.12.2020 by selling approx 200 mln Polish Złoty worth of stock. First cyberpunk reviews were out 07.12.2020. But review copies were sent a few days before... Could it be 4.12.2020?"