While we may think Sony is on the push for digital distribution with the release of a UMD-less PSPgo, a recent interview by Play3 with Shuhei Yoshida, Sony’s Senior VP of Product Development reveals Sony’s plans to “use optical storage discs like Blu-Ray” for the PlayStation 4. Could this mean the creation of an entirely new storage format similar to how the PSP and PS3 have used new storage formats?
According to US mag Game Informer, Sony is working on a new disc technology, similarly to the Holographic Versatile Disc, which boasts a capacity of 6TB [terabytes] or 6,000GB [gigabytes], which is obviously big enough to house any type of uncompressed HD and 3D video and audio data.
6TB, thats amazing!
@TheFreak7 It certainly is! Now Hideo Kojima can have uncompressed video as well as audio in his next Metal Gear PS4 title! 😀
lol till that happens !! let’s see what game can take full advantage