Ever since I first got my PS4 one thing was clear, 500GB of storage is just a tad too small these days. When you consider that a AAA game can easily take up 30 – 40GB of storage, it really doesn’t take too long to fill a 500GB Hard Drive. Thankfully though, Sony has decided to increase that internal storage capacity to 1TB with the PS4 Ultimate Player Edition.
Due for release on 15 July in New Zealand, PlayStation 4 Ultimate Player Edition will see the PS4 get the much needed storage capacity increase from 500GB to a much more gamer-friendly 1TB. The PlayStation 4 Ultimate Player Edition brings all the best that PlayStation has to offer, with massive space to download and master the best exclusives. The timing has never been better, with PS4’s game offering continuing to expand in 2015 with cutting edge games like the highly anticipated Until Dawn, Batman: Arkham Knight, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, Destiny and God of War III: Remastered.
Players can take advantage of double the storage capacity to download direct to system their favourite new release titles from the PlayStation Store (PS Store). With PS Store anyone can make sure they get their hands on the biggest games as soon as they’re released by pre-ordering; the auto-download feature ensures that pre-ordered games will automatically download to your PS4 so you can play the second they launch. With the PlayStation 4 Ultimate Player Edition, that means even more space to instantly download the best games available. Additionally the increased storage lets players take full advantage of the PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection with maximum space on the new system to download games.