The Drift of Dualsense at the heart of a class action lawsuit

Sony is now the target of a class action lawsuit launched in the United States by the law firm CSK & D for a problem similar to that encountered by Nintendo with its Switch.

The law firm sensed the opportunity, it must be said that Nintendo has been in embarrassment for more than two years because of the phenomenon of Joy Con Drift.

Remember that some PS5 users are already noting a phenomenon of phantom movement at the level of one of the joysticks of their controller, a phenomenon which cannot be repaired as is and which comes from premature wear of the parts combined with a fault in the design.

The law firm behind the action ruled that there were enough plaintiffs to initiate class action proceedings in federal court for the Southern District of New York. Sony is criticized for not having disclosed information to consumers concerning the phenomenon of drifting, even though Sony declares itself aware of the problem and that the firm offers repairs considered “a minimum” by users. Users are generally advised to restart their console, reset the controllers, and in the event of a support, the repairs made do not correct the problem.

Sony is thus asked to set up a replacement program for defective controllers, without forgetting to go to the cash register to settle damages.

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