Xbox confirms two new expansion drives for the Xbox Series X|S

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Both cheaper and more expensive options are coming soon

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Xbox and Seagate have announced that storage options for Xbox consoles are expanding, with two new possibilities available.

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Currently, the only way to increase storage space on the Xbox Series X|S is to purchase a 1TB expansion card for £219.99. However, Xbox and Seagate are rolling out two new options for users to expand their storage.

The two new cards will add either 512GB of storage or a massive 2TB. Details aren’t available for pricing or release outside the US, but the 512GB version will cost £160 ($220) and release in mid-November. The 2TB card will cost £320 ($440) and will be available in early December.


These expansion cards are proprietary and are the only way to increase the console’s storage space. There are no details about read and write speeds, but they are the only option for running Xbox Series X|S games. Xbox One and backward compatible Xbox 360 games can be played from an external USB, but more up-to-date titles require an SSD.

one in blog post Last year, the director of program management, Jason Ronald, explained why proprietary drives are so expensive.

“The Xbox Velocity architecture is at the core of our next generation of consoles. In addition to providing a massive leap in performance and reduction in load times, the Xbox Velocity architecture provides the foundation for new levels of innovation and transformative game design and experiences. The Xbox Velocity Architecture At the heart of this is our custom NVMe SSD that stores and plays all your games at their best.

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