The coronavirus affects Playstation.

The video game giant had to inform the public that he was canceling an upcoming event where the demo of The Last of Us Part II will be released.

Playstation every season surprises us with incredible games, where improvements, updates and above all events where video game lovers can meet to try out the demo of many games that will be released.
Thus, one of the most anticipated games of this 2020 corresponds to the playable demo of The Last of Us Part II, which is presented at PAX East. One of the most important video game events in the world had to be canceled for fear that the event would run the risk of contagion by the coronavirus.

The deadly virus has claimed the lives of nearly 2,500 people worldwide.

In a statement posted on the company’s website blog, the announcement was made, in the statement Playstation apologizes to all fans of their games and those who were eagerly waiting to attend the event and finally experience the game demo, but insists that they place great importance on the health and well-being of their entire global working community.

 The Last of Us Part II was one of the most anticipated games of the year, as it was promoted from 2016 and after several failed attempts to launch it due to production problems. The year 2020 was left as the year of the game’s final release.


Many video game lovers now look forward to when the entertainment industry giant will give a new date to try out the title before its world premiere.
Some rumors that in the fall of this year will be the presentation of the Playstation 5 and this will be the opportunity to present the playable demo.

This is not the only event that is canceled as a direct consequence of the coronavirus during this year, in the last month several tournaments of video games and related were canceled for fear of the risk that may present the attendees of these events to the new pathogen appeared in China and continues to spread unchecked.

Another company affected by the fears generated by Coovid 19 is Nintendo, which is seeing the danger that the presence of the deadly virus will affect the spread of Nintendo switch, as well as the release of Animal Crossing.