removable drive PS5 should be coming soon It “likely won’t be compatible” with the console’s current digital version, according to insider Tom Henderson.
If true, this should limit the use of the removable drive for this new version of ps5 And it would embarrassingly leave existing disc-less PS5 owners with no way to afford it.
Henderson, who provided a “mini update” in the form of a tweet, also says that the new PS5 will be essentially a “gen 2”. It also indicates that the new console will not Major hardware fixes on the original model. He added that he expects production to begin in April and hit stores in September this year.
Obviously, remember that it’s all rumors and Sony hasn’t officially announced anything (not even this new console model). Also, on the issue of reader compatibility, there’s always the possibility that Sony will release a firmware update that will make older consoles compatible, if it’s just a matter of software, not hardware.
Small update here:
– There don’t seem to be any major hardware changes from the original console.
– It is possible that the drive is not compatible with the current digital versionhttps://t.co/2rzlDrjYAb
– Tom Henderson (_Tom_Henderson_) January 13, 2023
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