As of right now, BleemSync only supports FAT32 and EXT4-formatted pen drives and while these are enough for most use-cases, they aren’t an ideal selection especially when you consider that most will use FAT32. To remedy this, BleemSync 1.0 will also support NTFS and exFAT which are vastly superior file systems that have less major issues that can also provide better performance!

BleemSync 1.0 is set to release in the near future but it already missed its ‘next week’ ETA that Swingflip gave on January 7, 2019. It’s important to note that FAT32 will still have to be used for the first boot of BleemSync but afterwards, you’ll be able to use a better filesystem.


Undoubtedly, the most anticipated thing in the PlayStation Classic community right now is BleemSync 1.0 but even if you’re eagerly waiting for it, the best thing to do is to stay put and wait. After all, BleemSync 1.0 will be a pretty major release so perhaps waiting a bit more in order to get a stable release with few to no issues isn’t so bad after all!