(Rumor) Warez group releases first decrypted PS4 game
Warez group E-Peen claim to have released the first fully decrypted PS4 game, FIFA 14.
There is no publicly known way to run decrypted games on the PS4 at the moment, and the only available PS4 jailbreak is for consoles running firmware 1.76. This means there is no obvious way to actually test and confirm the release is working.
Nevertheless, some users have been able to confirm this looks legit. User Haryoke confirmed the eboot.bin file (the game’s main binary) appears to be decrypted.
— harryoke (@harryoke1973) September 10, 2016
The full release NFO uses pretty explicit language so I’ll refrain from posting it here. E-Peen are mentioning that they work with people who do not leak their secrets, and that the PS4 scene is alive:
oh , btw this is the worlds first fully decrypted ps4 game.
All selfs and sprx files were kindly given to us by leprechaun’s.
Ps4 scene is alive and well 😉 secrets were meant to be kept 🙂
We’ve seen early warez releases on the PS Vita scene. These releases for the major part turned out to be useless because they were not fully decrypted, or in general got overthrown by game dumping tools such as Vitamin. Just because this release might be legit doesn’t mean anyone will actually ever have a use for it, depending on how the PS4 scene evolves.
There is no known jailbreak on the latest firmware 3.55, as the only publicly known hack on PS4 3.55 is a (user mode) Webkit exploit. With PS4 4.00 right around the corner and no PS4 Jailbreak in sight for the latest firmware, it’s a bit hard to agree with the concept of the “alive scene” the group is referring to in their announce.