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PS5 Boot Screen Video Leaked- Debunked

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A new day, a new PS5 leak, today’s leak is about a very interesting video of the allegedly PS5 boot screen, from what’s seen in the video, the whole boot gives a PlayStation feel, but what’s more interesting is a QR code that links to Sony’s website with a 404 error. Also the leaker tease about a device sitting in his table that looks like a PlayStation console.

Take a look at the leaked PS5 boot with a huge grain of salt.

While this leak might be true, it’s very unlikely that production units have already been shipped to some people.

Also there is no confirmation that the device teased is actually plugged to the monitor, but if that’s the actual PS5 design, then it greatly vary from the PS5 dev kit.

The latest allegedly leaked information from Sony tells the exclusive titles and the key features of the upcoming console from Sony. The Sony PS5 is alleged to support up to three games and “multiple media functionalities suspended” while a fourth game is being played.

Players would also be able to have different states of the same game loaded at the same time. Perhaps a way to understand this feature is something similar to what Grand Theft Auto V achieved with three main protagonist on a different location in the city, this would surely be a flex of raw speed of the SSD supported. Players will also be able to cloud save states of suspended games, something similar to what can be done on a PC with an emulator.

What do you think, is this the real deal or just an elaborate hoax? Leave your opinion in the comment section below:

Disclaimer – This information has not been verified, therefore this is not factual.

UPDATE: January 26, 2020

The allegedly boot screen of the PS5 has been proved to be a fake. The original source of the allegedly leaked video has today posted a video explaining how the video was made.

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