One of the most important facts about PS5 is your disk space. After the actual size that players will have at their disposal on the console has been revealed, concern has skyrocketed among the community. And it is that games like the new Call of Duty can take a big pinch of the SSD. What does Sony think of the PS5’s disk space? The current CEO of PlayStation, Jim Ryan, has spoken to ensure that it doesn’t seem like it’s a real problem.
Sony considers PS5 disk space not a problem
“We can monitor the use of hard drives”, Ryan has emphasized in an interview with The Telegraph. Based on that study, he explains that «Everything we’ve seen indicates that everything should be fine« with the use of PS5 and disk installations. Even so, he stresses that, obviously, it remains to be seen how the situation evolves and See what happens as people take their PlayStation out of the box and start using it
What he does want to highlight is that the 664 GB for the moment is a more than good figure for a next-gen console. Certainly, they lag far behind what the competition offers with the actual disk space of Xbox Series X, so it remains to be seen if the CEO of PlayStation is right with these claims or not. Be that as it may, titles increasingly take up more space and need more to function, as has happened with COD or as it will happen with Cyberpunk 2077, which has already leaked how much it will occupy only in physical format.