ALERT: If You Have A PlayStation 4, You Need To See This NOW


Many of us love to ‘game’ in our spare time- turn on the PlayStation 4 and engage with friends playing “Call Of Duty- Modern Warfare,” “Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six” or whatever and have a great time shooting the hell out of the enemy, right? HELL YEAH! 

Well, there’s something you need to know about the PS4 consoles that might shock you.

It turns out that one of the reasons that your PS4 may be acting up is the RUSSIANS! Just kidding.


Actually, it’s COCKROACHES! Yes, I know it sounds strange but it’s true!

It turns out that these disgusting creatures love to crawl inside because it’s dark and warm inside, which makes for the perfect residence for the pests.

According to Patrick Che of Manhattan-based XCubicle, a console repair shop, cockroaches are one of the most popular causes for PS4 crashes.

Cecilia D’Anastasio at Kotaku reports that she heard about the PS4’s roach problem at an independent console repair shop on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. XCubicle is a clean and well-kept business where locals drop off their broken consoles to get diagnosed and repaired. Its co-founder, Patrick Che, was listing the types of repair issues he encounters on a day-to-day basis: coins inside disc drives, 3DS mods gone wrong. That’s when he pointed to the “roach bags,” black garbage bags heaped up in the corner of the room.


“You see those bags?” he asked. “Those are bags full of roaches. Those are all dead by now.” Che added that roach-infested PS4s are so common that XCubicle now charges a $25 “roach fee.” They get at least one each week. Other console repairmen interviewed say that at least half of the PS4s they receive are loaded with roaches.


The PS4’s design accommodates roaches better than other consoles’ because its ventilation grates are wider. Those vents are located at the bottom of the console, so roaches can get in with ease. Warm, in an enclosed space and close to the floor, PS4s are great roach nesting grounds.

Roach-infested PS4s are a big problem. Especially because Sony won’t take them in for repairs (Sony did not provide comment). Instead, independent console repairmen have the pleasure of scrubbing the roach crap off your console’s power supply. Matt Zieminski, who works for console repair suite IFixit, told me that most of the time, the consoles aren’t sent in for roach cleaning—the users don’t know they’re infested. The PS4s just stop working and the owners don’t know why. Turns out, the PS4’s internal power supply fries roaches onto its components, which can stop the PS4 from turning on. When the bugs have made little homes in there, and have little roach kids, those roach kids and their feces can melt onto the hardware.

How do gamers prevent this disgusting and traumatic scenario?

PS4s should be stored in the open, where they have enough airflow for breathing. They should also be stored higher up, so roaches have a hard time climbing to them. And, of course, you should keep your dang apartment clean.

Wow! You learn something everyday!

I am fortunate in that I do keep my PS4 five feet off the floor and I don’t have cockroaches!

And yes, my housekeepers come and clean every month and I keep it clean as well.

So, if your PS4 is acting up, you just might have a cockroach problem!


Thanks again to Cecilia D’Anastasio at Kotaku for the information!

(h/t AOL)

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