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Sony beta tests expandable storage for PlayStaion 5

Now you can increase the internal storage of your PS5, but only if you are a beta tester.

Sony will enable internal memory expansion using M.2 SSD hard drives.

Yesterday, Sony announced a new feature to increase the internal memory of its latest console. Now you can expand the internal memory of your PlayStation 5 using an M.2 SSD hard drive. Although only beta testers can make use of this function at the moment, Sony announced that when the new software update is released, all PS5 owners will be able to increase the internal memory of their consoles considerably.

I forgot, what goes in here?

The company has enabled a website where they explain in detail how to install an M.2 SSD hard drive to get the most out of the internal memory of the PS5. However, Sony has certainly emphasized that only registered users of the beta program can use this new feature.

The good news is that Sony has also stated that the update is coming very soon, so we won't have to wait long to save the games from the internal memory of our PS5 to an SSD hard drive.

Sony is striving to give its users what they ask for.

With this new feature, Sony takes a giant step to provide its users with fast and effective solutions to their demands. Recall that just a couple of months after the launch of the PlayStation 5, many users complained on social networks about the lack of internal memory in their PS5, especially since new-gen games take up too much space.

How much of Warzone could i fit on this?

Although Sony never admitted that their consoles need more internal space, now they have decided to take action on the matter by enabling the installation of M.2 SSD hard drives and letting beta testers be the first to enjoy this magnificent feature that will allow us to add up to 4 TB of space as long as we install an SSD hard drive.

There are a variety of options to choose from when it comes to pricing, from £ 122 for the 500GB M.2 FireCuda SSD (includes heatsink) to £ 796 for the 4TB M.2 FireCuda SSD. However, these prices may vary once these new M.2 SSD hard drives are released next month.

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