If you’ve wanted to expand your PlayStation 5 storage capacity by finally gaining access to the internal SSD slot, we hope you & # 39; ve signed up for the recently announced console update beta program. Sony has uploaded a new support page describing how to add an M.2 SSD to the console, and the option will be made available to beta testers first. “This feature is only available to beta users at this time. The internal M.2 SSD expansion feature will be enabled via an upcoming PS5 system software update,” the website said.
To meet the requirements of the PS5 hardware, the M.2 SSD must use the “PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 NVMe SSD”
Once the 12 steps on the site have been followed, you can restart the PS5 and start moving data and software to the SSD. And just to be clear, “PS5 games can be played on M.2 SSD storage”. You can download PS5 titles directly to the storage device and update them as well.
Shared with this welcome update are the first details of a PS5-compatible M.2 SSD from Seagate. A 500 GB model gives you $ 149 back, a 1 TB upgrade costs $ 254, the 2 TB option is $ 514, and the large 4 TB device will cost $ 999. You can learn much more via the link.