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Storage, storage, storage. You can never have enough storage. And that is where Seagate come in, delivering gamers options in terms of how to store their favourite Xbox games in a digital fashion. Their latest lineup of Game Drives for Xbox are looking pretty damn hot too, allowing you the chance to play in style, with little worry about maxing out that storage space.


Seagate have been on the Xbox train for some time, but today they are looking to drop their latest Game Drives for Xbox. If you’re an Xbox One player, or have made the switch to Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S, or are even just looking for somewhere to call home for your multitude of Xbox Game Pass downloads, Seagate have you covered.

A world leader in data storage solutions, Seagate know how to handle digital content and that is no more true than with their newly announced Game Drive Hub for Xbox, Game Drive for Xbox, and Game Drive for Xbox – Halo Infinite Special Edition (SE), taking the company’s popular line of storage for gamers to the next level. These have been built and put together for Xbox gamers demanding peak game storage capacity allowing you, me and everyone else the chance to continue our downloading of some of the most advanced games.

So what do we have? Well, with minimalist and elegant looks, Game Drive for Xbox and Game Drive Hub for Xbox feature our beloved Xbox green LED lighting, all in order to complement the modern generation of gaming consoles. Game Drive for Xbox is lightweight in design, making it easy for gamers to take their whole library on-the-go and whilst both drives are connected and powered with high-speed USB 3.2 Gen 1 (USB 3.0), you’ll find that Game Drive for Xbox does not need a separate power cord, making it easy for gamers to play from anywhere.


What’s more, both drives are easily installed through your Xbox console in under two minutes. If you want to get straight into the action, these will sort you out.


They look good too and complementing the design of the new Xbox console, Game Drive Hub for Xbox can stand vertically or horizontally, giving the flexibility in how you setup your gaming options. Game Drive Hub for Xbox also features front-facing USB-C and USB-A ports , and a versatile compact form factor so gamers can connect and power other gaming peripherals in one place. This comes with up to 8TB of capacity and so it’s easy to see how Game Drive Hub for Xbox builds the ultimate game vault without sacrificing titles.

Game Drive for Xbox also comes celebrating the release of the upcoming Halo Infinite with the collectable drive specially designed by Seagate, Xbox, and 343 Industries. It’s been tagged up with exclusive artwork inspired by Halo and the iconic hero Master Chief’s aesthetic, and packed with customizable LEDs, the officially licensed Game Drive for Xbox – Halo Infinite SE is a visual showcase beside the console of any die-hard Halo fan.

Whichever drive you run with, Seagate have you sorted with three-years of Rescue Data Recovery Services™ and a one-year limited warranty, giving gamers peace of mind.

Seagate are launching the drives this coming month, with Seagate’s Game Drive for Xbox available in capacities of 2TB (£74.99 GBP / US$92.49) and 4TB (£104.99 GBP / US$124.99), Game Drive Hub for Xbox dropping with a cool 8TB (US$219.99) capacity in tow, and Game Drive for Xbox – Halo Infinite SE rocking 2TB (US$99.99) and 5TB (US$169.99) of space.

Will you be looking to attach one of these Seagate products to your console? Let us know which you are after.

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