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Sony has put its PlayStation title of the year on hold indefinitely.
The Financial Express:
Confidence towards business outlook has fallen to a record low, due to the Covid-19 concerns.
The Next Web:
Naughty Dog and Sony revealed today that, thanks to the worldwide problem that is the coronavirus, it’s delaying one of 2020’s most ...
The Last of Us Part II won’t make its May 29 launch date due to logistical concerns, Sony announced today.
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Due to the coronavirus pandemic and self-distancing mandates happening across the world, many people have been forced to work from home.
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Sony Interactive Entertainment says logistical problems spanning from the current global crisis have made delivering both games on time ...
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Many developers PlayStation 5 developers believe that this Sony’s latest console is “excellent” and the most revolutionary home console.
The Japanese gaming firm is naming it the Sony Global Relief Fund for COVID-19 and will be featuring a three-fold approach.
Sony announces a $100 million COVID-19 relief fund, showing just how little money many other gaming companies are donating.
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