The Xbox One controller is "overly twitchy", according to one of the creators of forthcoming game Titanfall, but Microsoft has acted fast to fix it with a software update.
"It wasn't really where we felt it should be," says the game's design lead Justin Hendry, speaking to The Verge. "It was a little overly twitchy with the current controls. Now it's fixed. We're happy with it."
The hotly-anticipated future war mecha shoot-em-up Titanfall could be the new Xbox console's killer game, so when the creators talk Microsoft clearly listen.
Don't worry: you don't need to chuck out your current controller, or indeed do anything. It's a software update rather than a hardware thing, so you don't need to buy a new controller; your controller will automatically update when it syncs with the console.
Microsoft is also launching a stereo headset to whisper insightful observations and pithy witticisms to fellow gamers. It's on sale worldwide in early March for £60, with a Stereo Headset Adapter that lets you fiddle with audio settings without taking your hands off the controller.
Titanfall hits shops on 14 March for the Xbox One and for PCs.