Only a few hours ago we reported the curious, it is appropriate to say, DualSense PS5 realized by McDonald’s Australia for the celebration of his 50th anniversary. However, the fast food chain has not come to terms with Sony, which has decided to curb the initiative.
McDonald’s Australia has in fact confirmed today that his Stream Week, an event during which he would have given the particular DualSense, will not start on Sunday 1 August (that is today) as originally planned.
Initially, McDonald’s Australia announced that it would host a Stream Week, with a different Twitch stream each day. Along with this announcement, the company unveiled the exclusive prize: a McDonald’s-themed PlayStation 5 controller with a distinctive skin to say the least.
According to reports in the past few hours, McDonald’s Australia created 50 of these limited edition PS5 controllers to celebrate its 50th anniversary, and to win one, players had to tune into one of the seven channels engaged in streaming during the week.
Because of a dispute with Sony However, which has not authorized the use of DualSense to advertise the event, Stream Week has been postponed – and we don’t know if the extraordinary (?) McDonald’s-branded PS5 controllers will ever see the light of day.
“Unfortunately, McDonald’s streaming week has been postponed and won’t take place this Sunday. We are unable to confirm a new date for the proposed event at this timeMcDonald’s Australia said in a statement. “Sony PlayStation has not authorized the use of its controller in promotional materials relating to the proposed Stream Week event and we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. McDonald’s streaming week has been postponed and Sony PlayStation controllers will not be included in the giveaway. ”
A little unexpected, therefore, for McDonald’s, but a very serious (?) loss for humanitywhich will not be able to enjoy one of the weirdest controllers ever seen to date.
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