Enter Seagate, with its new Game Drive Hub. A hard drive tailored to the Xbox console family, it's offering a whopping 8TB of storage space with which to store all your games on.
Not much smaller than an Xbox One S, it also features two front-facing USB ports, letting you daisy-chain charge controllers, or plug other devices in for juicing, too.
Making use of USB 3.0 speeds, you should be able to comfortably run a game off the drive without any performance stutters.
It's a well-timed release. Not only will the increasing number of 4K titles push game install sizes higher, but the launch of the Xbox Game Pass all-you-can-eat subscription download service will really chew into the built-in storage of the Xbox consoles.
Plug and play, it's a convenient way to up the storage capabilities of the machine. Available starting this month, it'll set you back $199.99, or around £160 / AU$265.
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