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PS5 SSD Storage ‘Should Be Fine,’ Says PlayStation Boss Jim Ryan

Jim Ryan, head of Sony Interactive Entertainment, has touched base on the PS5’s internal storage capacity, saying the company feels it ‘should be fine’ despite offering 667GB of usable space. Some folk are not happy about that limit, but Ryan feels it’s not a problem.

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PS5 Storage Space Isn’t A Problem, Says Ryan

Speaking with The Telegraph, Ryan didn’t seem to think it was much of a problem, despite the fact some games such as Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War eats up about 150GB alone.

We’re not hearing that. We’ll obviously watch what happens as people unbox their PlayStations and start to start to use them. We think we think we’ll be okay. We obviously are able to monitor hard drive usage on the PS4 microscopically and everything that we saw there indicates that we should be fine.

In the same interview, Ryan took the time to shoot down rumors that the company had thought about charging more for first-party PS5 launch games beyond what we already have.

The PS5 comes out in the UK and Europe on November 19.

[Source – The Telegraph]