Sony is suspending the PlayStation 5 event, which was scheduled for June 4. However, due to the ongoing protests, this event won't hold until further notice.

Sony in a post on Twitter said; "Although we know that gamers around the world are anxious to see PS5 titles, we feel this is not the right time to celebrate, and now, we want to stop making more important speeches heard."

Clearly, Sony is trying to address the reactions to George Floyd's death in Minnesota as well as the ongoing protests in the United States. Sony is scheduled to show its PS5 games on Thursday, promising an hour-long event, with first glimpse of some of the titles that will appear when the PlayStation 5 is released in year-end holiday season.

Protests are taking place across the United States, in many major cities. These riots began last week after Floyd's death and have escalated so far. Last week, Twitter even issued a warning on the tweet of President Donald Trump, regarding the "suppression of violence" for bandits.

Sony's decision came after a similar move from EA to delay the Madden NFL 21 event, as well as Google decided to suspend the release of Android 11 beta. Meanwhile, Sony has not yet revealed a new announcement date for the PS5 event.


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