London Underground gets a makeover for PS5 launch

By Stephany Nunneley
18 November 2020 14:25 GMT

The Underground signs in London’s Oxford Circus have been given a PlayStation makeover to celebrate the launch of PS5 in the UK.

Signs for the tube have been changed to replicate the face buttons on the PlayStation controller in UK’s capital.

As you can see, the signs are located at four entrances, and funnily enough, one is in front of the Microsoft Store.

Other stations have also been rebranded with PlayStation names. According to City A.M., Mile End is now Miles End, Lancaster Gate is now Ratchet and Clankaster Gate, Seven Sisters is Gran Turismo 7 Sisters, and West Ham has been rebranded Horizon Forbidden West Ham.

The signs will be up for 48 hours at Oxford Circus, and the other stations will remain rebranded until December.

The signs were created by the Isle of Wight firm A.J. Wells and Sons.

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