Drifting analog sticks have led to another class-action lawsuit in the games industry.
As reported by VGC, a New York resident has filed suit against Microsoft in US District Court for the Western District of Washington, claiming the company has known about but failed to disclose a design defect with Xbox One controllers that results in joystick drift.
The plaintiff, who describes himself as an avid gamer, says he purchased an Xbox One Elite controller that developed joystick drift -- continually registering an input even when left alone -- over the course of two years, and then replaced it with another Elite controller that showed drift problems after a few months.
The suit alleges that Microsoft must have known about the defect for a number of years, and cites user complaints on Microsoft's forums as well as comments from a variety of game sites as evidence of how widespread the defect was.
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