Chalgyr's Game Room writes:
Recently I wrote about the need to expand on my storage space on the PlayStation 4. This was hardly an issue exclusive to the Sony platform, as the Microsoft Xbox One also only shipped with a 500 gigabyte hard drive. The end result? More games than I had space for within the first year. While the process of getting a PlayStation 4 upgraded was a bit more work, the solution for the Xbox One is simple and elegant.
With the PlayStation 4, I was required to actually open the hardware up and replace the internal hard drive. I found a solution for roughly one hundred bucks that jumped my total storage from 500GB to 1.75TB. The replacement of the drive was relatively easy, but it certainly took some time. There was the backing up of data and re-downloading of games that took a few days to complete. This is due to the fact that the PlayStation 4 does not support external solutions without using a third party accessory.
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