PlayStation users have long wanted a way to plug in an external USB drive to their console and use it as local storage for games, apps, and the like. After years of waiting, Sony incorporated this feature in Software Update 4.50. Here’s how to do it.
Before you get started, you should make sure to pick the right drive. If you have an old USB 2.0 drive lying around, I’d probably avoid that one as it will just be too slow. USB 3.0 drives will be the way to go, which should be prolific at this point. Just keep in mind that you’ll be playing games from this drive, so the faster it is, the better.
With that in mind and drive in hand, go ahead and plug that bad boy in to your PlayStation. I’m using a PS4 Pro here, so my drive is plugged into the the USB port on the back of the unit, but it really doesn’t matter which way you go with it.
As soon as you plug it in, the PlayStation should show a notification letting you know it found the drive and you can install things on this drive. Click the notification to get started.
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