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Seagate expands its custom-made storage options for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, now it’s available to pre-order at the launch time of Xbox Series X and Series S. And Seagate Storage Expansion Card offering the same speed and performance as the Xbox Series X and Series S internal SSD.
Xbox collaborating with Seagate on a custom 1TB Storage Expansion Card, designed using Xbox Velocity Architecture API, to delivering the exact same gameplay performance as Xbox Series X and Series S internal SSD.
The Seagate Storage Expansion Card is available to pre-order at $219.99 on Microsoft Store, and it will launch alongside Xbox Series X and Series S on November 10, 2020.
Seagate Storage Expansion Card for Xbox Series X|S
Xbox Velocity Architecture is a core of the next-generation Xbox console. It provides massive performance and reduction in load times and providing new levels of innovation and transformative game design and experience. Seagate Storage Expansion Card is powered by Xbox Velocity Architecture, a custom NVMe SSD to store and play all of your games.
Also, backward compatible games can be played directly from the Seagate Storage Expansion Card with significant improvements in load times due to the next-generation performance of Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. The Storage Expansion Card is much-much faster and boost performance over the USB 3.1 HDD or SSD.
Seagate Storage Expansion Card easily works with Xbox Series X and Series S, just plug the Storage Expansion Card into the Storage Expansion port on the back of Xbox Series X and Series S, there is no setup required simply plug and play. Storage Expansion Card also allows you to choose to install games to the expansion card by default, play games directly from it, move or copy games between local and external storage.
This custom Xbox Velocity Architecture based NVMe SSD delivering up to 2.4Gbps of raw I/O throughput, and more than 40x faster than Xbox One, according to Jason Ronald says in the interview.