Properly-known fashionable Lance McDonald has introduced that he’s obtained P.T., the playable teaser of 2014’s cancelled Silent Hills, up and operating on an unmodded PS5.
P.T. was initially playable on the PS5 after launch earlier than it was made incompatible with Sony’s newest system. Konami later mentioned that the horror teaser would by no means be made backwards appropriate for PS5 customers, though that’s not the case due to this workaround.
Nonetheless, we don’t suggest attempting it. As a way to get P.T. operating in your PS5, you’ll want an additional, modified console and a jailbroken PS5.
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Because of this it must be modified to bypass Sony’s restrictions, permitting you to then set up software program and options that weren’t supposed to work on the machine. Jailbreaking means you’ll be banned on PSN and you could possibly injury your PS5 within the course of.
To get P.T. working, you need to entry it in your account and obtain it to your jailbroken console, again it up on a USB, after which join this to your unmodified PS5 and set up it. Once more although, that is completely not advisable.
Sadly, P.T. was faraway from the PlayStation Retailer servers one 12 months after it was launched, making it not possible to obtain. Nonetheless, in the previous few years it has been doable to play the demo once more, albeit utilizing a jailbroken PS4, particularly following the discharge of system software program replace 9.0.
[Source – Lance McDonald on Twitter via GamesRadar]