PS5 release: PS5TrophyExtract0r 1.0
The PS5 hacking scene is taking its first steps, with developers looking into the formats of publicly available packages. This week, developer SilicaAndPina (a.k.a KuromeSan) released PS5TrophyExtract0r, a Windows tool that lets you extract trophy data from a ucp file.
Now, as with every release in such early phases of a console’s hack, this has limited value for the end user: PS5TrophyExtract0r assumes you have access to a decrypted ucp file. This, at the moment, is probably impossible to get for anyone, except for the samples that apparently got leaked through a Unity SDK. Those samples are shared on the hacker’s github, and are probably the only ones you can play with at the moment?
Nonetheless, this can be considered as a proof of concept code to get access to PS5 trophy data, which might become useful in the future, as the PS5 scene progresses. SilicaAndPina shared information on the format in the PS5DevWiki. In addition to details on the binary format, it states:
previously on PS4/3/Vita they used “TRP” which contained PNG’s and XML data, it still contains PNG, but now uses JSON to define trophies instead.
Download PS5TrophyExtract0r 1.0
PS5TrophyExtract0r can be downloaded from the developer’s github here.
Source: via psxhax.com