Using Xbox Game Drive
A console is basically a computer—and that means you’ll eventually need more storage to expand your game library. The portable Game Drive for Xbox is the ultra-easy solution.
Game Drive for Xbox doesn’t need a wall adapter and includes a USB 3.0 cable. Simply connect that cable to one of your console’s USB ports (doesn’t matter which one) and Xbox will immediately recognize it and ask how you want to use the drive—as main storage or just additional storage. Go ahead and choose, make a few formatting clicks, and that’s it. You’re set.
We could have just made a game drive and called it good. But we went the extra step and actually partnered with Xbox so that we could engineer a solution with features that make a difference, like matching Xbox firmware. So because your game drive and your console run on the same kind of technology, gameplay is seamless—as if you were playing straight from your console’s internal drive.
Whether you’re headed to cousin Joe’s for the annual holiday get together or just popping over to a friend’s place, Game Drive for Xbox makes it easy to hang out and connect. Simply plug into their console, login to your Xbox Live account, grab a beverage, and game on. For more details how, watch this Inside Gaming with Seagate video.
No matter which Xbox One you’re using, Game Drive is plug-and-play ready. And because it’s designed with the classic Xbox green, there’s a feeling of cohesive style.
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Thanks for reading and happy gaming ✌
1 Average game size is 35–50GB. Quantitative usage examples are for illustrative purposes.