An American Law firm has filed a class-action lawsuit against Sony over the alleged PlayStation 5 Dualsense Controller Glitch, experienced by several worldwide users.
The suit was filed by a firm named Chimicles Schwartz Kriner & Donaldson-Smith, earlier this week. Interestingly, This firm is the same firm that dodged a Class-action lawsuit against Nintendo Joy-Con drift as well. After realizing that several PS5 players were experiencing the same defect on Sony’s new DualSense controllers, it invited the victim players to join the firm in the lawsuit filed.
Amassing considerable supports, the law firm now frames Sony for their controller being “defective” as it is used to drifting and moving across the screen without any user command, which “compromises the DualSense controller’s core functionality.” It furthers claims that Sony was aware of the issue after similar complaints were raised against PlayStation 4’s DualShock 4; still, the Electronic-giant company failed to rectify the glitches.
“Had Plaintiff been aware of the drift defect prior to purchasing his PS5, he otherwise would not have purchased the PS5 or would have paid substantially less for it,” the filing concludes. Sony is yet to comment on the situation.
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