Sony the Target of PS5 Controller Drift Investigation? – IGN Daily Fix

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    Today on the Daily Fix, Sony may be facing a class-action lawsuit over widespread cases of DualSense joystick drift! PlayStation 5 users have been reporting issues with their controllers, causing involuntary actions and feedback during gameplay. Scalpers are back at it again as ravenous resellers flock to McDonald’s in search of rare Pokemon cards currently being bundled in Happy Meals. The cards in question are being bought out in bulk and resold on popular sites such as eBay and StockX. And finally, Microsoft has created a new subsidiary known as Vault in order to house its acquisition of Bethesda, and the smaller studios under its umbrella.

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