One man’s cunning plan to trick his wife into letting him get the new PS5 completely backfired after she figured it out, and what happened next has left everyone shocked…
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For some of us, it was the only thing getting us through the year.
And it’s finally here!
His story is enough to bring any gamer to tears.
Fast-forward twenty-six-years, the PlayStation has since had 8 different generations including many other pieces of hardware and add-ons.
And this was also when the PlayStation App was introduced, allowing users to use their smartphones and tablets as a second screen to enhance gameplay.
The technology now used is truly amazing…
And Sony is now one of the leading technology companies in the world.
Fans have been eagerly anticipating the release of the new generation PlayStation.
In April last year, it was announced by video game designer, Mark Cerny, that the PlayStation 5 would be coming in 2020.
And, to be realistic, the release has been the only good thing to happen this year.
It didn’t take long for some secretive details to be leaked online.
From what the leaks suggested, things sound pretty interesting…
It supports 4K gaming, as well as being compatible with all old PS4 games, which is a lifesaver.
And it’s felt like a lifetime ever since.
But one man who did manage to get his hands on one has been forced by his wife to sell it.
But this was after he lied and told her his brand new console was an air purifier.
Apparently, at first, his lie seemed pretty convincing.
After a few days, his wife figured out that their slick air purifier wasn’t an air purifier after all.
Mr Wu, from Taiwan, explained how he spotted the PS5 going for cheaper than usual on Facebook.
Although he was slightly suspicious about the price.
Before he met with the seller, he called to confirm, only to be greeted by a female voice, which he thought was odd.
Mr. Wu wrote in a Facebook post about the whole ordeal:
“When the seller arrived, it turned out to be a middle-aged man. You could tell that he definitely played video games, just with a single look.”
He revealed it was from a well-known Taiwanese retailer, before admitting:
“It’s my wife who wants to sell it.”
“Seems like women can still tell the difference between a PS5 console and an air purifier.”
Clearly, he just wasn’t as clever as he thought.
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