I bought a 2tb drive for my PS5 and 1tb drive for my Xbox. I definitely feel the difference.
I mean…I actually agree to an extent. But I think farrr too many gamers just hold onto games for no reason. My base ps5 has like 15 games on it that I’m not touching again probably. Idk…I feel like it’s just unnecessaryIt is but it’s also cool to be able to switch between games whenever you want. I have a digital PS5 so switching games with a couple of taps is cool and convenient.
It’s also the reason why I have an ADHD backlog. A smaller drive will probably bring more focus to your gaming habits. If I’m honest, I could delete all games and just keep GT7 and would be fine and happy.
I finally managed to get hold of a PS5 directly from Sony and I am planning to expand the internal M2 SSD off the bat. These bad boys are pricey!
Do you think 1TB is enough or would I regret it? I know that bigger is better but I also need to factor spending that much cash just after I forked out for the PS5 (disk edition).
Also do I understand it right that PS4 games can be run off an external HD? I already have most of my PS4 games installed on an external HD. Would they be recognized by the PS5 or would I need to reformat it and install them again?
Thank you guys in advance for any tip!
Crucial MX500 is a good choice - due to the throughput limitations on external SSDs with the PS5, this is about as fast a drive as you need to get to maximise your PS4 games loading speed.This topic has convinced me to finally get an SSD external.
I've heard the T5/T7 are good choices, any other recommended options?
I'll probably go 1TB as I don't keep too much installed anyway, but depends on prices obviously.
Crucial MX500 is a good choice - due to the throughput limitations on external SSDs with the PS5, this is about as fast a drive as you need to get to maximise your PS4 games loading speed.
This depends on how you play games, and your internet speed.1tb.
There's no need to keep all them games installed.