While tracking all developer actionsSony Corporation related to the PlayStation project. An unusual patent has recently been revealed registered by senior art director Eugene Morisawa, who is responsible for product design for the PlayStation series. It patented a device used for storing and recording data and resembling cartridges that were previously supplied for Nintendo class consoles.
Currently one of the most likelyThe purpose version of these cartridges is to use them as removable memory expanders using SSD drives. It is assumed that the developers plan to use removable SSD drives with a capacity of 1 to 3 TB.
The main reason for using interchangeabledrives may be the desire of developers to reduce the cost of products without compromising ease of use. The price of memory expanders is unknown, and enthusiasts from LetsGoDigital have already created some of the most likely 3D renderings and suggested that the gradation of volumes will be from 1 to 3 TB.
Whether the suppositions of the fans really justifies, it will become clear in February 2020 at the planned presentation of the PlayStation 5, which will go on sale at the end of next year.