- Sony has cancelled it’s June 4.
- George Floyd protest is the reason behind the issue.
- The event was planned to reveal the technical details.
Just a couple of days ago, Sony announced that it will host an event for the upcoming PlayStation 5 and the event was originally planned to host on June 4. However, today the company has officially confirmed that the event has been postponed and there is no information about the new date.
The Japanese electronics giant Sony has announced that it is postponing the June 4 event and the reason is the ongoing George Floyd protest in the United States and the company says it’s not a proper time to reveal more information about the upcoming PlayStation 5.
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) June 1, 2020
Having said that, the company was planned to host the event to give the first look along with more technical information about the upcoming gaming console. As of now, there is no information about the new date for the event but we hope that the company will reveal details as soon as the protest end.
What we know about PlayStation 5
The gaming console will be powered by AMD’s third-generation Ryzen CPU along with a custom Radeon Navi GPU for the graphical task. It will also come with the octa-core Zen 2 CPU with each core running at 3.5 GHz and the GPU will offer 10.28 TFLOPs, running 36 CUs at 2.23 GHz.
The upcoming PlayStation 5 will be matted with 16 GB of GDDR6 RAM along with an 856 GB of SSD and that can will offer 5 GB/s, and the same will allow expanding the SSD. Well, Sony already confirmed that the upcoming gaming console will be the company’s first console to feature a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray drive.