Activision postpones seasons of Call of Duty by protests in the US

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The united states is experiencing a delicate situation in the social field and law enforcement, which has resulted in a series of protests throughout the country. Various sectors have joined the clamor for justice after the murder of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis police, among them that of video games and this has had immediate impact. A few moments ago, Activisión revealed a story related to Call of Duty.

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By means of a posting on his official Twitter account, Activision reported that given the circumstances that take place in the USA, it is not the time to think about content releases for video games, so that the new seasons of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Mobile have been postponed until further notice.

In addition, the company pointed out that it is time that all those who speak of equality, justice and change, be heard and endorsement support to those who have come out to protest the injustices of the system.

The situation in the united states was reason enough for that PlayStation decided to postpone their event for the presentation of the games of the PS5, which was scheduled for next Thursday. In the same way, Sony pointed out that it is not a time of celebration in any video game, because there are serious problems to attend to.

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