Sony announced via the official PlayStation Twitter account that it is delaying the prepared PlayStation 5event The event, which was set up for June 4, was going to be a display of gameplay from upcoming indie and Tiple-A games that will be launching on the PlayStation 5. In the tweet, Sony points out that it does not feel that it is the proper time to focus on the upcoming console which they would choose to “stand back and allow more important voices to be heard.”
The hold-up is a reaction to the continuous discontent and demonstrations that are taking place in America after the death of George Floyd, a 46-year- old black male, while he was apprehended by 4 members of the Minneapolis cops department. In troubling video footage that appeared online, officers knelt on Mr. Floyd, consisting of one kneeling on his neck. Floyd ultimately passed out and was later on verified to have actually passed away.
Demonstrations driven by the increasing hurt and misery that people feel about the treatment of the black community in America at the hands of cops have, in some locations, end up being violent, with over 40 American cities releasing or enforcing a curfew the National Guard.
No matter how much we were looking forward to the event, a hold-up is suitable. At the minute, no future date has been set for the event.