New image of PlayStation 5 user interface leaked; 2 TB SSD could be in store for the console
An image (see below) has been uploaded to the SlashLeaks website claiming to be of the PS5’s user interface. The UI certainly seems sharper and more refined than the recent leak we already reported on, and it’s clear to see the tile system is still in place. There are apps for functions such as the PlayStation Store and accessing the web, and the color scheme seems to be more complete, with a colorful wave streaming across the interface.
However, there is a good chance this is not the final version of the PS5 UI at all and is actually yet another next-gen console related hoax. A video uploaded to YouTube that insisted it was showing the PS5 booting up has now been revealed as a fake, with the creator admitting he was interested in carrying out a social experiment in regard to the hype around the PS5.
In other PS5-related news, another thread on 4channel has sprung up with apparent insider information, including a launch date of October 30, a set price point of US$500, and interestingly the chance that at least one version of the console could feature a 2 TB SSD. However, this particular leak suggests there will be a reveal event on February 5, which is looking increasingly unlikely, so it could be yet another hoaxer simply trying to add to the increasing amount of PlayStation 5 hype.
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