PS4 Usable HDD Space is 408 GB, Various Video Settings Revealed
Though advertised as 500 GB, the actual space on the PS4 is much less.
A Twitter user who apparently got his hands on the PlayStation 4 early ahead of its release in North America has tweeted images of the system’s various settings. One picture in particular reveals that the usable space for the console isn’t actually 500 GB when you start off with. Rather, it’s 408 GB. Check it out below.
As can be seen, space is occupied by various applications and their saved data. However, when you look further down, you’ll notice that the free space left after all these deductions is actually 323 GB. So yes, you’re actually getting a 408 GB HDD in the box.
Other images showcase different start-up settings including how using the PS4 with voice is enabled by default, how to access the resolution, changing the safe area and more. Check them out below.
What are your thoughts on the HDD space? Let us know in the comments below. The PS4 will launch on November 15th in North America and November 29th in Europe.