Microsoft’s Xbox Series X and Series consoles come equipped with custom NVMe SSDs, with the Series X version having 1TB of storage capacity and the Series S having a smaller 512GB offering. Both SSDs promise incredibly quick loading times in games, but it’s likely that the storage space will be filled up quickly.
Between titles such as Call of Duty: Warzone, Destiny 2, and Red Dead Redemption 2, the demands that modern games have on console storage capability means that players may need to eventually invest in some form of expansion for their library.
The Xbox Series X and Series S do have a solution to this in the form of an optional 1TB expansion card that is currently listed for $220 at Best Buy. The Verge has provided details and photos on this card, which is barely bigger than a regular SD card. Using it is also easy, as all you have to do is plug the card into the dedicated slot that can be found at the rear of the Xbox Series X or Series S console.
Seagate 1TB SSD for Series X/S
The card also has the same performance as the internal Xbox Series X and Series S SSD, so you will be able to play games directly off of it and benefit from the improvements that Xbox Velocity storage architecture provides. You can also use a USB 3.1 hard drive to store your Series X and Series S games on if you can’t afford the expansion card, but you’ll only be able to play Xbox One and backward compatible games off of that storage system. Xbox Series X games can only be stored on such devices and will need to be moved back to the SSD if you want to play them.
We’ve also just received an Xbox Series X, so check out the link for more impressions on the console. We’ll have a detailed preview, technical breakdowns and discussions on the gaming experience that the Xbox Series X provides, coming in the near future.
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