|Hard Drive||2 TB Portable|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||1|
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WD 2TB My Passport X for Xbox One Portable External Hard Drive - USB 3.0 - WDBCRM0020BBK-NESN
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- Extra storage for Xbox One or Xbox 360
- USB 3.0 Compatibility
- Works with Xbox One, Xbox 360 or PCs
- Drive formatting is required to work specifically with Xbox One, Xbox 360 or PC; My Passport X will not work with multiple platforms simultaneously.
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Avoid the 'storage full' message. Just connect My Passport X to add more storage to your console.
Instantly add more storage to your Xbox One video gaming console
Connect this portable and powerful drive to instantly add storage to your console. Built around a high-quality WD drive, My Passport X is performance-tweaked to meet the desires of serious gamers.
- Extra storage for Xbox One video game console
- USB 3.0 compatibility and performance
- Easy setup
- Stylish design
Take your gaming titles wherever you want. You can even plug it into your friend’s Xbox One video game system and it’s game on! Internet required. Must be logged into your Xbox Live online account.
If game was purchased and loaded from disc, original discs may be required to verify ownership.
Connecting My Passport X to your Xbox One is like equipping your gaming avatar with super-lifting strength and speed.
No sweat setup
My Passport X takes just minutes to set up. Plug it in, follow the easy on-screen instructions and you’re locked and loaded to take on armed marauders, aliens and opponents of all types.
My Passport X from WD expands your Xbox One or PC gaming experience. Connect this portable and powerful drive to immediately add storage capacity to your console. Built around a high-quality WD drive, My Passport X is performance-tweaked to meet the desires of serious gamers.
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1. Press Menu (start) and select "Settings"
2. Select "Manage Storage"
3. Select the storage device and select "Format for Games and Apps"
After the formatting is done, you can go to the Games and Apps area and (hopefully) notice a lovely 2 TB increase to your space. You can use the "Manage Game" function to move games to and fro the local and external drives. When installing, you can select the external as your primary installation destination.
This works perfectly...I don't notice any increase in speed in load times over games saved to the internal hard drive. I haven't timed it but I can tell you it isn't any slower and I haven't come across any performance issues.
What I like about this device is it plugs in via usb VS a power cord saving me the agony of having yet another cord to plug in to my almost full power strip. Also I can fit this in my pocket and transfer save data elsewhere if I choose.
If I ever fill the 2.5 TB that is now available on my Xbox I can always add another 2 TB to it since there are more than one USB port on the Xbox itself.