This week when Sony came clean about the PS3 delay they also mentioned that an upgradeable 60GB hard drive would be coming to at least some units, but they've now confirmed that 60GBs will be standard and upgradeable from there. This is according to Yahoo! Games, and we're not clear if you'll be required to purchase and upgrade a 60GB model, or if larger capacities will be available bundled from the get go, but this does mean that developers are at least guaranteed a decent bit of hard drive space to play around with. It all lines up with Sony's media centric ideas for the PS3 as well, but there's no word on how this will affect the pricing for the console that has already been rumored -- however wrongly -- as astronomical.

[Via Joystiq]

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