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PlayStation 5 will receive DVR support in Japan this year

PlayStation 5 will receive DVR support in Japan this year

Sony recently announced that PlayStation 5its new next-generation console, will receive the DVR support in Japan this year. The functionality can be used through a new application that will work with Nasne. The application is called Tournaments and will be available, as mentioned, later in the year. Let’s find out all the details together.

PlayStation 5 and DVR support in Japan

Torne was originally a sadditional TV tuner for the PlayStation 3released in 2010. This tuner allowed to save broadcast shows on the hard drive of the console and transfer them, later, to a PlayStation Portable or PlayStation Vita.

He was later replaced by Nasne, who added the own storage and it worked more like a NAS drivewith available recordings through a mobile app.

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Sony stopped selling Nasne in 2019, but last year the Japanese peripheral maker Buffalo announced it would take over the product and released versions with his brand. According to the company the first models will be shipped this spring.

The new Nasne still looks like a PlayStation 3 – the only difference is that it has the Buffalo logo. The company said it is doubling internal storage to 2TB and also tripling the 6TB external storage capacity. It is announced that it will go on sale later this month for 29,800 yen, that is 270 euros approximately.

At the moment Sony has announced that support will only be available in Japan, so we do not know if it could also arrive here in the next few years. However, to stay informed about the latest news from the company and PlayStation, we invite you to visit the official website.

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