Or at least it might be. Judge for yourself.
Video source is reddit user wsb_BernieMadoff (most likely not This) Who claims to have paid someone 100 euros (around $ 117) in Russia for the shots. Frustratingly, there’s clearly a lot more to the clip, as you can see a video progress bar with a lot to play before it’s finished. This indicates that the rest of the video either contained matching information, or simply the source thinks they can get more money for the next exciting content.
Redditor also took to r / Russian board for Help with translation Both text on screen and chat in background. While the former is only a standard warning of epilepsy, the latter reveals somewhat more:
– “And why do you need Sony.” [a] Dual camera? Is this for two users, each connecting to a different bluetooth? “
– “No, it’s like the dual camera in cell phones.”
– “Fashion image?”
People are divided over whether the clip is legitimate, even if it is, and whether the money is being well spent, given that the bulk of the footage is remarkably similar to the one Sony already showed in June.
Personally, I tend to give the video the benefit of the doubt. If the above clip only came installed on a TV with classic PlayStation login codes added, that’s very good. While others say the blackboard is a dead giveaway given that Sony only announced a whiteboard and controller, I’d say it’s very close to the black dashboard eventually coming. Additionally, this would not be the first time The black PS5 pad has leaked.
For their part, wsb_BernieMadoff doesn’t seem entirely convinced. “Whether the scam was done or not, I am glad I was able to at least produce a video for the community,” they wrote.
PlayStation 5 arrives in the US on November 12 at $ 499 or $ 399 depending on whether you can live without the Blu Ray Drive. But if you haven’t already pre-ordered then luckily get one. The pre-order process was riddled with bumps, With the console sold out almost instantly. We’re watching stock returns, so bookmark this page If you are still hunting.