Now With Video Proof from 'Razer Extreme'
Following the first PlayStation 4 JailBreak rumors from Brazil a few weeks back, we have the 'Razer Xtreme' modshop in Brazil, sharing some videos of the rumored PS4 JailBreak working online with PSN.
A few weeks ago, MaxConsole was one of first sites to report on the rumors of a PS4 Jailbreak Service that is being offered in various modshops located in Brazil.
At the time, not much info was known, except for listing of 'working games' and price ranges of between $100 to $150 usa for a service that seemed to use a device like a Raspberry PI (but could be just fake pictures) that allowed the store owner to fill up the customers machine with PSN copies of the latest PS4 games onto their console's HDD.
Now finally a video of it working after games been loaded (we still don't know how they are doing it fully yet) have been recently shared by one of Brazilian modshops, one of which we have captured and uploaded to our MaxConsole YouTube channel incase the video gets removed as proof that whatever system they are using seems to be working.
Rumors are that their system is using a exploit in the 'shareplay' feature of PS4, but scene hackers from the PS3 era, claim that Sony already blocked this exploit on the latest v2.51 PS4 firmware, but the Brazilian videos and rough translation claim their consoles work still online via PSN, so either they are spoofing the firmware, or there is more to their exploit and it works on latest firmware.
Problem is all this still just 'rumors' and since they are keeping it as 'service' and internal to their own home country we might never know really what it all about, all tho I heard some modshops in Europe are trying to buy this 'service' for those own business purposes.
Here is what 'Razer Extreme' said about each video shared on his FaceBook page, and remember the following is roughly translated:
You can watch the first video attached below, and afterwards we would love to hear your comments about this, and if any of our Brazilian friends have any more info, please share it with us, and if you don't want to do so publicly for legal reasons, contact me via PM or hit me up on Skype. Thanks.
NEWS SOURCE: Razer Extreme (via) FaceBook