PS4/PS5 Unlimited Gameshare method revealed

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20 Responses

  1. Prof955 says:

    Not for PS5….. No one can do this “method” because no one has 3pcs (A+B+C) ps5 at same location 😀

  2. Icivy says:

    No work… I tried. Locked game

  3. NateT21 says:

    Every kid obviously already tried this with 0 success

    • Maav says:

      If you disconnect consoles B and C loaded with games prior to deactivation, you stick with the games until you connect to the internet again

  4. Hell_AleX92 says:

    instructions unclear. toilet is burning. I think something must have gone wrong.

    no srsly. these “instructions” are unclear af. back an forth on the console may even damage something. I guess it’s not even working properly as those accounts were pre-activated wih this “red team” account. no word on fresh consoles. I’ll take it with a grain of salt.

  5. Someone says:

    This dorsn’t show anything, basically all this does is let you login into two consoles, make one primary whenever you want to download a game, but the kicker about this, is that you need to be offline before you “remote deactivate” any other console, on the “other console”, in order to keep playing, because once you’re online psn will detect that the console is not primary and the account has been logged out and will ask you to log in. It is the very same old method we had, so nothing new. Been using this very same one in morocco which was derived from a french website which probably has badly translated that from an english tutorial. This has got to be an april’s fool joke.

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  7. Mike says:

    I’ve got 3 ps5’s

  8. Gataka says:

    You forget the part, where you stop the internet of the consoles b and c after activation.

  9. Running Coyote says:

    Does not always work as sometimes it asks you to log into the previous PS4 and deactivate as primary and it won’t allow you to activate as primary on any other console until this is done which prevents this technique. This usually happens on accounts that and been switched primary quite often so if you’re lucky you’ll only get to use this technique on a few PlayStation’s before this problem occurs, if it doesn’t occur from the start. Completely useless and not worth losing a jailbreak over.

  10. Me says:

    Would have cost them nothing to ***

  11. And so what says:

    You’re releasing this so that Sony will patch it and what do you gain from that?

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