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Huge Disappointment for Sony PlayStation 5 Reveal – Essentially Sports

Playstation 5 have perhaps acted quicker in time to save what we call an ‘unprecedented’ situation. With all that has been going around, it’s probably not the right time. For something as big as PS 5, they do not want a marketing disaster. Right now, the condition is volatile enough for people to ignore something like this.

In times like this, standing in solidarity is the best one can do. Instead of capitalism, humanity should have its time. PlayStation understands that perfectly well. Recently they shifted the release date for PlayStation 5 to a different date. Without any proper measures to consolidate what everyone has lost, its probably for the best. 

For now, the best we can hope for as an eSports community is that people should keep violence inside a videogame. The world outside is definitely burning and not as dreamy as it is in PS5. However, that’s where the importance of playing games lies.To get rid of all that negativity makes this sport one of the best.

Changes to PlayStation 5 release date

— PlayStation (@PlayStation) June 1, 2020

There was a latest official Twitter post which described in brief about this date change. The new date is June 4th, 2020. For their worldwide fanbase, the makers had a strong sense of moral policy. “We do not feel that right now is the time for celebration.” Perhaps we have no idea how to deal with the atrocities that are going around right now.

Nothing seems to matter anymore, and amidst all this chaos, Sony is deciding to lead with PS5 as an example. A gesture to show that humans came before business. The words used in the tweet were strong enough to invoke varied emotions from every age. 

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“Allow more important voices to be heard.”

Right now, the United States stands on the brink of imbalance. At this moment, balancing it by standing beside one another is the only thing to do. The voices which are snubbed out by excessive force need justice.

George Floyd’s death was beyond devastating. For the last few days #blacklivesmatter is the only truth we have seen. No set of words can explain the situation with any justice. Which is why actions and gestures instead of words would be the best way to show solidarity. That is exactly what Sony is doing with postponing PS5 release. 

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