One of the more important aspects highlighted in Wired's exclusive deep dive into the PlayStation 5 was that the way we download and install games changes next generation. Instead of installing everything at once, the PS5 will let you select which pieces you'd like to play first.
Speaking with wired.com, Mark Cerny said: "Rather than treating games like a big block of data, we're allowing finer-grained access to the data." The website then goes on to clarify that you'll be able to install the single player portion of a game first, or opt to jump into multiplayer without downloading the solo portion of a game. Of course, you could leave either installing in the background while you jump into the latest and greatest that PS5 has to offer.
Alongside this news, Sony confirmed that its next-gen system will indeed be called PS5 and launches next year during the holiday season. Do you like this idea? Which would you prefer to install first? Let us know in the comments below.