I was just asking if they are not planning more vendors, but I guess it stays the same.Seagate has a manufacturing license, because these SSDs are proprietary. MS has only licensed Seagate so far.
Yeah MS still has system link however you need two copies of the game, so it's pretty useless.The PS1 had system link where you could plug two consoles in to one another to play coop n shit.
Do modern day consoles do the same with ether net n wireless?
Xbox Wire: Is my existing USB-based HDD/SSD with my library of games compatible with Series X|S?
Jason Ronald: Yes! It is easy as unplugging your existing external USB 3.1 HDD or SSD from your Xbox One and connecting it to your Xbox Series X | S and all your games are instantly available. You can continue to play your favorite Xbox One games, including backward-compatible Xbox 360 and original Xbox games, directly from the external hard drive.
We'll have "journalists" or "influencers" trying this out in weeks to come to prove if they've stuck with that or not.
Worth it for the convenience alone imo.Saw this one coming. Proprietary storage gonna have people locked into this shit for the generation while the non proprietary drives for PS5 will come down in price pretty quickly. I do think the PS5 drives will be more expensive initially though.
Somewhat confusing wording there, because I originally thought "oh well then this is kinda all for nothing".“You can also use USB 3.1 storage to store next generation games, optimized to take full advantage of the Xbox Velocity Architecture, for quick transfer and play on Series X|S.“
Somewhat confusing wording there, because I originally thought "oh well then this is kinda all for nothing".
You can store next-gen games on a USB 3.1 hard drive, but in order to actually play them you have to then copy the games from USB to the internal SSD or expansion card.