The FPS Review
Staff member
May 6, 2019
Image: Microsoft

A class action that alleges Microsoft’s Xbox One and Xbox Elite controllers suffer from stick drift is unlikely to ever be settled through a public court. This is according to coverage from competitive gaming outlet The Loadout, which reported that the lawsuit filed by Donald McFadden last year and investigated by law firm Chimicles, Schwartz Kriner, & Donaldson-Smith has now entered arbitration, a dispute resolution process that operates outside of court. The implication is that Microsoft is off the hook from having to face a lengthy, public litigation process and a binding decision that may not work in its favor, but Chimicles, Schwartz Kriner, & Donaldson-Smith has doubled down on its intent to recover damages for affected users by offering to buy used Xbox controllers suffering from stick drift to bolster its arguments in front of...
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