A US law firm has now filed a class action lawsuit against Sony over the alleged PlayStation 5 DualSense controller that some gamers have experienced.
The lawsuit was filed earlier this week by a company called Chimicles Schwartz Kriner & Donaldson-Smith, which is also responsible for the previous Nintendo Joy-Con lawsuit. When they learned that a number of PS5 gamers were experiencing the same flaw on Sony’s new DualSense controllers, it openly invited those who suffered from operations to join the case.
The law firm is gathering enough interest, and now claims that Sony̵
“Had the plaintiff been aware of the operating defect before he bought the PS5, he would otherwise not have bought the PS5, or would have paid significantly less for it,” the filing concludes. Sony has not yet issued an official statement on archiving.
Gyro in PS5 cushion is a very significant improvement over DS4, but … It will happen to drive in this. Just enough to miss the first shot completely. # PS5Share, #RogueCompany pic.twitter.com/UiNjzBJz3W
– Nalverus (@Nalverus) February 5, 2021
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