As early as February 9th, Kotaku had reported increasing complaints from PS5 owners whose DualSense controllers suddenly had defects in the form of drifting analog sticks. A problem that was also observed more and more often with the Joy-Cons of the Nintendo Switch and even called the EU consumer protection organization BEUC on the scene in January (we reported).
A lawsuit was also filed against Sony in New York with regard to controller deficiencies, as Gamespot reports. The law firm Chimicles Schwartz Kriner & Donaldson-Smith even accuses the console manufacturer of having known the problems for a long time and of not taking sufficient action against them.
The law firm had already sued Nintendo because of the controller defects mentioned above. This case is currently still in arbitration.
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Lawsuit filed Sony drift problems DualSense controller