Sony’s PlayStation 5 Reveal Postponed Due To Ongoing Protests

Just a few days ago, it was reported that the PS5 would be shown off with the first games coming to the game, on June 4th. As of now, thanks to the official PlayStation Twitter Account, we’re informed that the event has been postponed, stating:


“…we do not feel that right now is a time for celebration and for now, we want to stand back and allow more important voices to be heard.”


Of course the voices mentioned are in relation to the ongoing world protests after the tragic murder of George Floyd by police in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. The world has come together under the Black Lives Matter banner, fighting for justice to be served to all of the police involved, and the unfair treatment of black people. I won’t get too much into this, but I figured readers would like to know the reasoning behind all of this. 

As stated before, PlayStation announced the postponement on Twitter with the following:


When new information on the PS5 is unveiled, as well as the event, it will be posted here on, as well as livestreamed on YouTube. For now, stay tuned.