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PS5 takes no more than 11 seconds to boot, according to a leaked video

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PS5 takes no more than 11 seconds to boot according to a leaked video

The video, now deleted although it has been saved, came from a publication via Twitter.

We know that the new generation of consoles is just a few weeks away from being among us, specifically just two weeks. Although, if you live and/or are reading us from the United States, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, or South Korea, one week, since the 12th of November will be on sale in all of them.

On the contrary, and if you live in the rest of the world, then you have to wait those two weeks of rigor until November 19 to be able to have it. But do not despair, as this news serves to know everything you can have and play in the comfort of your home from that date.

Now comes another feature of PS5, namely its SSD and how fast it can and will be. If we’ve already seen it in another filtered video of Marvel’s Spider-Man Miles Morales, this time it’s the turn of the console to be switched on and see what it takes to start from scratch.

Thanks to Twitter we were able to see proof, although now it has been deleted, of this very thing. Despite this, the video we told you about was saved thanks to a user and we have it available from another medium. We leave it inserted just below these lines so that you can take a look at it.

As you can see, the start time from the moment the console is switched on, until it leaves the screen to start the DualSense controller by pressing the PS button, does not exceed 11 seconds. Something that, after this generation with PS4, will no doubt be appreciated by many.

What do you think of the short time it takes to load the new consoles?

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