Troubled times are living in the United States, with numerous protests in some of the great cities of the country due to the death of George Floyd and the political-social crisis that has arisen as a consequence of it. That is why in recent days it has not been unusual to see great personalities from the world of sports, cinema, or video games protesting against racism, and the latest to join has been Ubisoft, which has also bet on donating $ 100,000 to the fight against racism.
The company responsible for the series Assassin’s Creed has issued a message on social networks where it shows its “solidarity with our partners, players, and members of the African American and Black community. We are going to make a contribution of $ 100,000 to the NAACP [National Association for the Advancement of Colored People] and the Black Lives Matter cause “which has spread to other countries.
Ubisoft “encourages those who can” to join this cause with their own donations. In this situation of mass protests, PlayStation confirmed in the last hours that the presentation of PS5 is indefinitely delayed, a digital event in which they planned to show the first PlayStation 5 video games.
In the near horizon, we have other great appointments such as EA Play Live 2020 and Cyberpunk 2077 digital event, both scheduled for June 11. For its part, Ubisoft plans to announce its future releases next July.