Enlarge / A major new update to the PS5 firmware lets players upgrade the console’s internal storage via an M.2 SSD.
Players will be able to add specific M.2 SSDs to the PS5 with a new system update rolling out tomorrow, two months after a beta that featured the option was made available to users who signed up.
As detailed in a post on the PlayStation Blog, the update gives users the option to increase the PS5’s overall storage capacity by installing a PCIe 4.0 M.2 SSD (ranging from 250GB to 4TB) that fits certain technical and dimensional requirements. Once the M.2 drive is
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