Sony on Monday postponed a streamlined event at which it was to showcase the game in line with the new generation PlayStation 5 console amid growing unrest in US cities.
“When we understand that gamers around the world are excited to see PS5 games, we don’t think it’s time to celebrate.” Play Station The team said in a tweet message.
“For now, we want to stand back and let more important voices be heard.”
The move comes amid growing violence and racial tension in response to the police killing of 46-year-old African-American George Floyd in an incident captured in the video.
American video game maker electronic ArtsIn a separate move, the canceled plans for a featured presentation this week dedicated to a new Madden NFL 21 title based on American professional football.
“We stand with our African-American / Black community of friends, players, co-workers and partners,” California-based EA said.
“Our immediate focus is on actions that we can take to bring about unjust treatment and change against systemic prejudice, which is plaguing the nation and our world.”
The annual electronic entertainment expo in Los Angeles this month due to the pandemic cancellation of the video game industry’s exceptionalization prompted those events announcements or presentations to be scheduled online.
Sony is expected to unveil its PlayStation 5 console later this year.
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