Sony is said to be offering a firmware update this summer, after which PlayStation 5 owners can expand their console storage with an M.2 SSD. Sony will also make it possible to set the fan to a higher speed.
The firmware update should come out sometime this summer Mildt Bloomberg Based on conversations with people familiar with Sony’s plans. The firmware update allows PS5 users to place an M.2 SSD in their console, as well as the self-designed 825GB PCIe 4.0 SSD that Sony has included in the PS5.
Bloomberg does not provide further details on the plans. Sony answers that it really is As mentioned before It is expanding via M.2 SSDs, but more details and planning will follow at a later time. According to rumors, Sony is also allowing the fan to be set to a higher speed with an update. This should avoid overheating problems.
Around 667GB of the PS5’s internal 825GB SSD is available for games, and since games over 100GB are no exception, gamers are likely to welcome the update. The M.2 slot will remain disabled until access. Not every M.2 SSD will work with the PS5, Sony certifies SSDs that are fast enough.
The Xbox Series X and S can be expanded from the version with an additional 1 TB SSD storage. However, SSDs must be formatted. Seagate Sells It As Seagate Storage Expansion Card For Xbox Series X | S for more than 200 euros.