Canadian company Dbrand has said it will no longer sell its popular PS5 boards in black after Sony (via VGC) threatened to take legal action.
Dbrand sold the board for $ 50 from February and stored them for a few hours until May. The company said in a statement on Saturday that Dark Plates was “dead” in a letter from Sony Interactive Entertainment’s lawyers making various threats.
In a discontinued and discontinued article, Sony’s lawyer said that Sony’s face was particularly linked to the PS5 console’s widespread sales, its commercial popularity and its massive media coverage. Of consumers “.
The letter referred to Sbony’s previous challenge to “try to sue us”, saying that the company was willing to stop selling the product rather than take the case to court, despite Dbrand’s provocative tone.
Also, he speculates that the reason for Sony’s threat is because Sony is planning to release a black PS PS5, pointing out that the company has already released DualSense and Pulse 3D 3D in black.
“We strongly believe in the customer’s right to customize and modify their hardware with replacement devices, and their boards have now become a collector’s item. You know what they say – you either own one and die or live long enough to be a money changer, ”the letter said.
“Shut up,” he concludes, “fuck you and especially Sonny.”