Lance McDonald, a programmer and dater, reported that he was able to launch P.T., an interactive chorrower of the cancelled Silent Hills, on his unbroken PlayStation 5.
For example, P.T. turned out to be one of the few projects with PS4 that were not available in the context of interoperability with PS5.
According to McDonald, he was able to unlock P.T. on his main PS5 with the USB backup function, which allowed a hacked PS4 emulator to be moved from a hacked PS5.
The idea came to an enthusiast during his walk, and the joy of his discovery, McDonald, did not hide it:
To repeat MacDonald's trick, the user needs to have a P.T. on his PSN account, activate this account on a hacked PS5 and a normal, fully updated account.
In other words, if you want to run P.T. on PS5, you'll need two consoles at once. McDonald will tell you more about the limitations of the method and the principles of its work at Twitch today.
P.T. was released on the PS4 in August 2014, and in April 2015 Konami was removed from the PS Store. The fans are no longer counting on the re-establishment of the project, but there is still hope for a new Silent Hill, which will be broadcast on the night of October 19–20.