A leak in the PS4 controller could mean that you’re at risk of water damage, according to a report from the BBC.
The leak, which has been detected by Sony and is currently being investigated by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), may have been caused by a short circuit that caused a battery to lose contact with the PCB.
As a result, the electrical connection between the circuit board and the battery can become severed.
The BBC report says that Sony is aware of the problem, but has yet to receive any reports of damage.
The PS4 is one of the most popular gaming consoles ever released, with millions of units sold worldwide.
The company’s new hardware features include improved graphics performance, more robust wireless connectivity, new wireless controller support and a range of new features for its gaming software.
The latest report comes as NIST continues to investigate the PS3 and PS4 controllers, which leaked last month.