Sony’s PS4 console currently offers only 407GB of available disk space out of total 500GB HDD space, and looking at next-gen games’ install sizes such as The Last of Us Remastered that requires whopping 50GB of available space, it is clear that the current storage space is not anything near enough. However, it looks like it won’t be long before gamers looking to buy Sony’s PS4 console will be able to choose between 500GB and 1TB SKUs, as some recent reports suggest that the platform holder is preparing a new 1TB PS4 model for release.
The report was originally published by PS4Daily, which claimed to have had a little chat with an unnamed retailer source, and the source uncovered the fact that they have received a new model number under the console name “PLAYSTATION 4,” and a Q4 2014 release date. The new model number is said to be CUH-1001X, instead of the current one which is CUH-1001A. The source also mentioned that the main difference would be the in the harddrive, which will be double in capacity in this new upcoming model.
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