Gigabyte has revealed that the Aorus Gen 4 7000 will be fully compatible with the PS5, following in the footsteps of the FireCuda 530 from Seagate and the WD_BLACK SN850 from Western Digital.
This latest SSD matches up with Sony‘s requirements for a device that can be used to expand the PS5 internal storage, and comes in two favours: 1TB for $200 and 2TB for $400. This makes it one of the cheaper options for expanding console storage, but obviously even at $200, it’s not exactly pocket change.
Sony announced last week that its PS5 system software beta program was rolling out for select users, and with it, the chance to upgrade your internal SSD. Not only does this allow you to inject more memory into the PS5, but more importantly, play PS5 games from the device – something which users have been crying out for since launch.