Before the talk of whether or not your GPU had enough VRAM to play a game came the conversation of “Look at how much drive space this game is taking up”. It’s becoming more and more common to see games exceeding 100GB installation file sizes – even 150GB and more. For example, Modern Warfare 2 is currently renting 137GB from myself and you often want to keep games installed because it takes a while to re-download them if you’re not on the fastest internet connection or your ISP meters the amount of data you download.
This week sees the release of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor with an install size of 150GB, and shortly after comes Redfall with a system requirement for 100GBs of space. To help out we’ve put together a small list of some of the best deals on storage for PC, PlayStation 5, and even Xbox Series X|S consoles.
For one of the best deals on a truly massive SSD, we have the speedy 4TB Nextorage SSD with included heatsink for $339 (opens in new tab) – the lowest price we’ve seen for this drive. With sequential read and write speeds of 7,300/6,900 MB/s respectively, this drive is ideal for inclusion in either a PlayStation 5 console or PC, and the heatsink will help to keep the drive cool.
One of Gen 4’s fastest SSDs the Samsung 990 Pro has sequential read and write speeds of 7,450 and 6,900 MBps. You can pick up the 2TB Samsung 990 Pro for $179 (opens in new tab) from Amazon. See our review of this superfast drive for more details.
With its own unique solution for expanding storage, the Xbox console uses a proprietary Seagate Storage Expansion Card for Xbox Series X|S consoles, with the best deal costing $189 (opens in new tab) for only 1TB of storage.
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