Several journalists and content creators received PS5 before launch in order to conduct trials and prepare game reviews in time. Then there are those who, like theinfluencer James Taylor, has decided to tear up every agreement signed with Sony and resold the console sent to him by the Japanese company.
To make this incredible story public is Taylor himself. Through his Instagram profile, the young cast member of the reality show Made in Chelsea shared a Story that opens with his thanks to Sony for “giving him a PlayingStation5” (deliberately mangling the brand and name of PlayStation 5) and ends, yes, with the photo of his PS4 reassembled in the original location and accompanied by a message in which the influencer explains that “I didn’t like PS5 so I resold it for a profit of 1200 pounds”.
If confirmed, Taylor’s mocking operation could cost him some headaches by the lawyers of the Japanese tech giant, because of the unequivocal violation of agreements signed upon acceptance of the PlayStation 5 sent to them by Sony for promotional purposes.
The disdainful attitude of the influencer, as easily understood, is triggering the indignant reaction of many fans, with caustic comments shared on social networks and on the main videogame forums. There are also those who, rightly, underline how the operation carried out by Taylor turns out to be particularly hateful also in function of the difficulties encountered by those who intend to buy Sony’s nextgen console in this delicate phase with PS5 that cannot be found in stores.