The complaint has gone to arbitration, following Microsoft’s request, and the plaintiffs believe it is the “end of the road.”
Unfortunately, in recent times we have become used to talking about the control drift. The reality is that, to a greater or lesser extent, it seems that Nintendo, Sony Y Microsoft they experience problems with the control sticks, which can deteriorate and move on their own, something very annoying and that can ruin the use of the controller. Now, we have news about Xbox controllers.
In April 2020, a lawsuit against Microsoft which denounced that Xbox controllers, including the Elite, they had drift, What has remembered VGC. In February of this year, Microsoft requested that the lawsuit go into arbitration so that a popular jury would decide on the case. Finally, the company’s request has come to fruition and the case has entered arbitration, which is a serious setback for the plaintiffs.
What has collected The Loadout, the law firm handling the case, CSK & D, has recognized that this is probably “the end of the road” for the lawsuit, as they don’t believe it will ever actually make it to a public court. Even so, the firm has been collecting controls for a long time and ensures that the problem has been happening at least since 2014.
This compilation of commands and testimonies has led the firm to ensure that it will continue working so that users affected by this alleged problem have compensation. Of course, as we mentioned, drifting has become common. For example, Nintendo is facing various lawsuits for the drift of the Joy-Con and also the DualSense is suffering from these problems.
Apart from these problems, we have known the sales data of consoles in Spain in the first quarter of 2021. The figures have left us a victory of Nintendo Switch for the minimum, with PlayStation 5 very close from the Nintendo Hybrid. PS4 has sold more consoles than Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S in these months. If you want to know more, you can check all the console sales data in Spain so far in 2021.
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