A day after we learned that the PS5 internal storage may be capped at 667GB, Sony has confirmed that we’ll have to live with that amount of space for a while. While the console will eventually get expandable SSD storage, you won’t be able to buy any at launch, nor in the near future.

Sony confirmed today that the PS5’s internal slot for M.2 SSDs is disabled by default, reports The Verge, so nothing will happen if you slot one inside. Sony will activate the functionality in ‘a future update’, but gives no indication of when this will be.



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