Sony PlayStation 5 owners will soon be able to expand the M.2 SSD storage in their PS5.
As highlighted on Twitter by user Nibellion, the PS5 SSD expansion firmware update has become available to download in certain regions around the world today.
However, at the moment this highly anticipated PS5 feature is only available for beta testers.
Sony has also published a support page which explains how to add M.2 SSD storage to a PlayStation 5.
And hard drive manufacturers Seagate have announced that a number of their SSDs will be supported by the PS5.
These SSDs are the new FireCuda 530 SSD. According to the Seagate website, the cheapest Firecude 530 SSD is $149.99 and offers 500GB of storage.
For 1TB its $254.99, while for 2TB its $514.99 and for 4TB its $999.99.
More to follow…