Playstation 5 may have responded faster to save what is known as an “unprecedented” situation. With all of this, it’s probably not the right time. They don’t want a marketing disaster for something as big as PS 5. At the moment, the condition is so volatile that people can ignore it.
In times like these, it is best to show solidarity. Instead of capitalism, humanity should have its time. PlayStation understands that very well. They recently moved the PlayStation 5 release date to a different date. Without proper measures to consolidate what everyone has lost, it is probably the best.
The best we can hope for as an eSports community is that people keep violence in a video game. The outside world is definitely burning and not as dreamy as in PS5. However, here is the importance of playing. To get rid of all this negativity, this sport is one of the best.
Changes to PlayStation 5 release date
̵1; PlayStation (@PlayStation) June 1, 2020
There was a newest official Twitter Post that briefly described this change of date. The new date is June 4, 2020. For their worldwide fan base, the creators had a strong sense of moral politics. “We don’t think it’s time to celebrate right now.“Maybe we have no idea how to deal with the atrocities that are taking place.
Nothing seems to matter anymore, and amid this chaos, Sony decides to use PS5 as an example. A gesture to show that people came before the shop. The words used in the tweet were strong enough to evoke different emotions from every age.
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“Let more important voices be heard.”
At the moment, the United States is on the verge of an imbalance. At this moment, the only thing you can do is to balance it by standing side by side. The voices that are suppressed by excessive violence need justice.
George Floyd’s death was more than devastating. In the past few days, #blacklivesmatter has been the only truth we’ve seen. No sentence can explain the situation with any justice. So actions and gestures instead of words would be the best way to show solidarity. This is exactly what Sony is doing with the postponement of the PS5 release.