Sony takes down 8K claim from PS5 box

PS5 was compatible with 8K displays at launch
An undated image of PS5. — IGN
An undated image of PS5. — IGN

Have you recently bought a new PS5? If yes, then you must have noticed a huge 8K logo on its box. According to a recent news, this 8K logo has been removed from the box, which got viral and resulted in a few conspiracies encompassing this matter.

According to Sony “PS5 is compatible with 8K displays at launch, and after a future system software update will be able to output resolutions up to 8K when content is available, with supported software.”

However, the company has not officially announced the removal of the 8K display but people have just assumed it from its box now. However, the reason behind its removal is still unknown.

Additionally, only Sony had integrated 8K that's why people were so excited to use it but now, none of the developers seems to launch 8K content soon.

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All the customers are extremely disappointed and seem furious for this change, as they were excited to use the newly integrated feature which was removed earlier. So, here is what users said about it over different platforms:

“It is false advertising and Sony should be sued for it,” one of the users said on X (previously known as Twitter).

Another user said on Reddit: “Yeah, because they will transfer it [8K claim] to the PS5 Pro [box].”