The company is canceling all black PS5 sales assigned after threats to employees • Eurogamer.net
“We take these threats very seriously, and as a result, we are not moving forward.”
A company selling black PS2-inspired releases from Sony PlayStation 5 has canceled all orders after its employees received threats.
Via a statement on the now-deleted Twitter account, SUP3R5 – which is not affiliated with Sony – tweeted yesterday that “its team has started receiving credible threats to their safety” and thus canceled all orders from more than 300 units, which were said to have sold out in seconds despite From the price tags of $ 650 and $ 750 for the disc and diskless versions, respectively.
The rush towards the highly coveted console allegedly led to a number of failed or incomplete orders and many unhappy US customers. Consequently, the international launch of its ad hoc system has been delayed.
“We take these threats seriously, and as a result, we are not moving forward. All orders are canceled with full refunds,” the company said, although some customers claim that their money has not yet been returned.
She has reportedly pledged to return the units to sale when “it is safe to try again” (Thanks, Tom’s Guide).
“We intended this to be a fun way to celebrate mutual longing. As it turns out, there are people willing to interfere with that. If we decide it’s safe to try again, we’ll do it. For now, please stay safe.”
For those still desperate to get the PS5, a number of UK retailers have confirmed this They won’t receive more PS5 stocks until early 2021.
In the days leading up to Christmas, Argos updated their PS5 store page with a direct message that read: “Sorry, PlayStation 5 is currently out of stock. We will not have any other stock for the rest of 2020.” It was a similar story in Smyths Toys and Asda, too.
Searching for PS5 stocks – from pre-orders to launch day – was a great nightmare for most people. Retailers’ websites have collapsed due to demand or have seen their customizations fade away within seconds Robots or brokers. Some even might Keyboards stolenAnd the Missing deliveriesOr, they had their own console Replace it with bricks. Demand doesn’t appear to be slowing either, so expect these difficulties to continue for some time now.
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