Sony’s PlayStation 5 has been on the market for a while now, but it’s still very difficult to find in stores. Sony was unable to build enough consoles to keep up with demand. The fact that brokers swallowed available arrows made it difficult for players to get their hands on the console. However, one of the biggest challenges for those with a PlayStation 5 is the size of modern games compared to the in-house storage of a game console from the factory.
PlayStation 5 uses about 667GB of solid state drive to store games and other content. The problem is that many modern games, like the latest entry in the Call of Duty franchise, need more than 100 GB of space. This means that only a handful of games can be installed in this next-gen console. Sony is reportedly preparing to release a file Update This summer he will remove the neck of the storage bottle.
The word firmware upgrade comes from people who claim to be familiar with Sony’s plans. These folks say Sony will release the update allowing internal storage upgrades. In addition to opening the door to larger internal drives, the update also unlocks higher cooling fan speeds to help cool the console with the additional storage unit installed.
After the firmware upgrade is released, PlayStation 5 owners will be able to remove the plastic cover from the console and add a new storage unit. Sony has stated that it is working to enable M.2 SSD expansion for the console. However, a Sony spokesperson said the timing is not announced at this time.
Hopefully, by the time a new firmware update is available for players to download, the console will be more easily available. Sony is working to produce more controllers to meet the demand. However, it is unclear how much they will be able to produce.