Updated PS5 Box Has The 8K Logo Removed By Sony (

Sony Interactive Entertainment has been quietly removing the 8K logo from the

box, and gamers are just starting to notice that the listing has been scrubbed from the packaging.

The 8K logo was one of the main features on the box for the PS5 since its launch in November 2020, and Sony revealed in a FAQ that same month that “PS5 is compatible with 8K displays at launch, and after a future system update will be able to output resolutions up to 8K when content is available.”

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Sony hasn’t made any announcement about updating the packaging to remove the 8K logo, and if you’ve recently purchased a console, it may have it on there as old stock is still available. However, it doesn’t really matter at this point as 8K content is still likely a long way off anyway, but it’s got people talking about it regardless.

One user on X was more than a little miffed, writing, “It is false advertising and Sony should be sued for it,” while another on Reddit commented, “Yeah, because they will transfer it [8K claim] to the PS5 Pro [box].”

Sony is heavily tipped to release the PS5 Pro later this year, which features various updated specifications, including an ultra-boost mode that will make older games run better on the system. Furthermore, it has been claimed that the PS5 Pro’s GPU is going to be based on a hybrid of RDNA 3 & 4.

[Source – PSLS]

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