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Seagate has released a 4TB hard drive for the Xbox One. Seagate

If there is one of the very useful features that the Xbox One has on the PS4, it would have to be the external hard drive support that the latter has. Until now, Sony has not yet added the hard drive support for its console, with most gamers turning to the 1TB version of the PS4 for extra space to play games.

On the Xbox One, however, the options keep on expanding, as this time, the kind of external space that it can be augmented with has been expanded. A new external hard drive for the Xbox One has been released by Seagate, Gamingbolt reported. Seen in the image above, the hard drive boasts the green colour of the Xbox One, as well as the brand on the face of the device.

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According to the official Seagate website, the 4TB Xbox One hard drive has a USB 3.0 for fast play. Xbox will ask the name of the Game Drive, so players can either name it according to their gamertag or a different name. The Game Drive is currently offered in either 2TB or 4TB models, each capable of having a game storage of up to 50 or 100 respectively. Apart from the size, the two models also differ in capability in that the 2T is compatible with both the Xbox One and Xbox 360, while the 4TB is only compatible with the newer console.

This is a great way to bring games around. For those who want to bring their games over at a friend’s house, they will only need to unplug it and plug to another Xbox One console. All that the Game Drive owner needs is to login via Xbox Live.

Speaking of games on the Xbox One, the list of backward compatible games has expanded. According to Inquisitr, among the new titles that will be up for grabs is “Halo Wars,” “BioShock Infinite” and “GTA San Andreas.”

So far, Microsoft has yet to make an official announcement about it. However, there are already clues peppered all over the Xbox One Marketplace, including a listing of the “Halo Wars” as well as a 6.34GB file size coming for download. Other titles that fans have been requesting for include titles from the “Call of Duty” franchise like “Modern Warfare 2,” Modern Warfare 3” and “World at War.” There’s also “Red Dead Redemption” from Rockstar Games and “Fallout: New Vegas.”

Seagate Xbox One Game Drive hard drive (Credit: YouTube/Tony Tang)