Offering custom controllers has become a common advertising practice among console manufacturers and their partners over time. But for things to go well, the two warehouses still need to know and validate the process.
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A few days ago, McDonald’s Australia made a splash on social media for a reason that had absolutely nothing to do with its menus or the happy meal toys of the moment. In fact, the Australian subsidiary of Ronald McDonald’s announced that as part of its 50th anniversary, a “Stream week
Where the thing speaks well beyond the Australian borders, it’s because those PS5 controllers were anything but normal. to believe the image distributed by McDonald’s Australia is available in our gallery below, this DualSense would have been in the colors of McDonald’s and some of its most famous products (French fries and Big Mac). Why should “have”? Only because Sony has canceled this promotion.
Asking forgiveness rather than permission?
If you’re wondering “why,” the reason is as simple as it is surprising, considering it’s a company the size of McDonald’s. As a matter of fact, the yellow M group simply “forgot” to ask Sony Interactive Entertainment’s permission before setting up and launching the process
Sony PlayStation has not allowed its controller to be used in promotional material in connection with the planned Stream Week event and we apologize for the inconvenience. McDonald’s Stream Week has been postponed and Sony PlayStation controllers will not be able to compete.
Now the question arises as to the possible existence of this McDonald’s DualSense. If McDonald’s Australia had them produced and some of them are found in the wild, chances are they will be sold for gold.
What do you think of this situation? Does she surprise you with McDonald’s? Do you understand Sony’s decision to part ways? Would you like to have a DualSense McDo? Tell us all about it in the comments below.