Sony is including one of its most asked for elements to the PS4. That is External HDD support. A few days ago we went to go power up the PS4 and we got this message. It was expressing that the framework was coming up short on space. That was clearly truly strange seeing that we don’t generally download a considerable measure of games. As of not long ago, the best way to include more space was by acquiring an upgrade unit. Yet, now you can add an external HDD to the PS4.
All things considered, that is all changing in light of the fact that Sony is at long last including outside hard drive bolster in its next update. Meaning, you can buy one of your most loved HDDs and basically connect it to by means of the USB ports found on your PS4. That is it.
This is perfect with HDDs up to 8TB in size. You can download and install applications directly to your extra storage. Besides, the saved content is effortlessly accessible through the settings menu. Likewise, every one of the applications saved in the outer HDD will show up in the Content Launcher of the Home Screen. So it’s anything but difficult to monitor what applications you launched as of late.
Shockingly, there’s no release date on the upgrade. Be that as it may, it does formally enter beta. On top of HDD support, the new redesign will include custom backdrops, a Quick Menu upgrade, and improved notifications. Clients will likewise have the capacity to watch 3D Blue-Ray on the PSVR.