A few weeks ago, there were rumors on the Internet that Microsoft and Seagate are teamed up to release a 512GB memory expansion card for the Xbox Series X|S game consoles. Moreover, advertisements for new devices were found in two French retail stores.
Now, photos of the packaging of the new memory expansion card for the Xbox Series X|S have leaked online. It looks like the card has begun to arrive at retail stores. According to Windows Central , the official announcement of the 512 GB memory card may take place as early as next week, and sales will begin closer to the Christmas season.
There is no information on the cost of the memory expansion card in the leaked photos, but French retailers suggest that the novelty will be sold for $150.
In addition, a new 1TB external SSD was spotted in the US store, which will allow you to save games not in the internal storage of the game console. However, it will not work to run new generation games from this drive, since its characteristics will be more modest than those of an internal SSD and a memory expansion card.
To start, you will need to copy your game to the internal storage of the console, which will probably be faster than downloading the game from the store again.
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