Tom Henderson has provided further information on the new PlayStation 5 console with a removable drive

Tom Henderson has provided further information on the new PlayStation 5 console with a removable dri ...

New information has surfaced about the next PlayStation 5 version that might take over existing SKUs later this year. New reports on the subject claim the update will be different from the previous PS5 model.

Tom Henderson, a journalist and insider, confirmed that the PS5 model would not be compatible with the PS5's digital version, and that the new model will have the same hardware.

The basic information on Henderson remains the same: Sony intends to introduce a new PS5 model, the primary feature of which is that it can work with a removable drive, which can probably be purchased separately to provide the console with a certain modularity depending on how you want to use it.

Many believed that this separate reader would work with the current PS5 digital version, but that isn't the case: Henderson believes the optical drive will not work with the current digital version.

The new PS5 may be classified as a new console in terms of SKU, with a player designed specifically for it and not compatible with the digital PS5. On the other hand, the journalist notes that no significant changes are expected on the hardware front, thus this is basically the same PS5 we've seen thus far in terms of power and architecture.

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