Madden 21 was postponed during violent police protests

  • A few days after the company announced plans to release the game to be released on the PlayStation 5 on a special digital display stand, Sony decided to postpone the incident to a later date in support of protests against police brutality in many cities in the United States.

    "We have decided to postpone the PlayStation 5 event scheduled for June 4. Although we understand that gamers all over the world are excited to see PS5 games, we don’t think it’s a time to celebrate." Face For this unfortunate thing, all players can do is to Buy Madden Coins on GameMS first, accumulate them, and prepare for the new version instead of urging the game to be released.

    The company also issued a statement expressing support for the protests held in Minneapolis, New York, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Seattle and many other cities in the country. "We condemn systematic racism and violence against the black community. We will continue to work towards a future marked by compassion and tolerance, and stand with our black creators, players, employees, family and friends.

    The publisher did not provide the new date and time revealed by Madden 21 gameplay. But what can be known is that MUT Coins still plays an important role in the madden series of games. The protests against police violence and serious racial inequality began with the death of George Floyd, who was killed under the supervision of Derek Chauvin, a white police officer in Minneapolis, on May 25. Freud said he couldn't breathe. The killing triggered a protest in Minneapolis, which spread to other cities throughout the weekend. When police began to use tear gas, mace and rubber bullets in the crowd, many demonstrations (such as demonstrations in Minneapolis, New York, Los Angeles and Atlanta) became violent.