We’ve already learned that Sony has planned to support PS5 owners to expand their console’s internal storage, and the Japanese giant is announcing today that a new major system update will be rolled out and made available to everyone tomorrow.
The second major PS5 update will allow users the option to install M.2 SSDs in order to expand the PS5’s storage space, using compatible storage sizes ranging from 250GB to 4TB.
Previously, PS5 owners could use USB external storage but the use was limited in different ways, the company even released a system update in April that allowed PS5 owners to move PS5 games stored on their internal SSD drive to external USB sticks, but of course you can’t play games stored there. .
Other than expanding SSD storage units, Sony has indicated through its official blog PlayStation, and stated that the new September update will also include improvements, especially in the user experience, if it includes games to the PS4 and PS5 version, both versions will now appear separately in the installed tab in the games library. You will be able to view the prizes for those games across both platforms as well.
Other improvements Some UI tweaks include tracking your trophies and prizes in the UI’s Rewards List, as well as the ability to adjust and select the functionality of items at the bottom of the screen through the Control Center.
PlayStation Now subscribers will also benefit from the new update, allowing them to choose between 720p or 1080p resolutions depending on the game they are trying, as well as a new ping tool that allows you to seamlessly troubleshoot any connection issues. .