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Unwanted Sections of Games Can be Deleted on Next-Gen Consoles

Both Sony and Microsoft have stated that their next-gen consoles will give you the option to delete unwanted sections of a game. It is official that console players will get flexible installation options. You will have more control over your console with this new feature.

You will be able to delete unwanted sections of a game Both in Xbox Series and PS5

As you know, the size of the games is getting bigger and bigger. That is because of the constantly evolving technology. Even in this generation, we have seen games that reach huge sizes such as; Red Dead Redemption 2 reaching a total of 88.57 GB download size on Xbox One. Well, this will most probably increase with the upcoming next-gen consoles. But thanks to the console developers, you can delete some of the unwanted sections in a game and make yourself some extra free space.

In a recent interview, Jason Ronald discussed the ways the Xbox Series X and S will allow gamers to economize on hard drive space. He explained how the new SSD compatibility will work and how you will be able to manage your game size with it. Thus, you will be able to delete unwanted sections of a game. Such as the Multiplayer mode of a Call of Duty game.

If you want to hear news about the PS5 side, here are the good news for you. PS5 has its own solutions and you will have more control over your console. Mark Cerny, the PlayStation system architect says that installation times will be faster and more configurable when we compare it with the optical drives.Unwanted Sections of Games Can be Deleted on Next-Gen Consoles

The partial installation option is a great feature on the upcoming next-gen consoles. Because deleting unwanted sections of a game is really a must nowadays. It definitely will give more control to the gamers and will allow users to get much more free space.

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