Yes, you can sue game developers for false advertising. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) enforces consumer protection laws that prohibit businesses from engaging in deceptive or unfair practices, including false advertising.
If you believe a game developer has misled you with false advertising, you can file a complaint with the FTC. The FTC will investigate the complaint and, if it finds that the Developer has engaged in deceptive or unfair practices, take enforcement action against the Developer.
In addition to filing a complaint with the FTC, you may also be able to file a private lawsuit against the game developer. To succeed in a private lawsuit, you would need to show that the Developer misled you and that you suffered damages as a result of the Developer’s false advertising. False advertising is a serious problem that can cause consumers to waste their hard-earned money on products that are not what they were promised. If you believe you have been misled by false advertising, you should contact an experienced consumer protection attorney to discuss your legal options.