games on hard drive

How do I store games so I don't have to switch disks

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 0 Applies to:

Hey PCDUBAY, currently you cannot store discs to enable switching of games. Under Microsofts old plan this would have been allowed, but it was not popular. To do instant switching you would need to download games digitally from the Xbox Store

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just as x24hrs2livex said. Its the way it was supposed to be, and I wish they didn't change their mind. Next year all my purchases will be digital only.

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I like the idea, but Microsoft has some policies that bother me with that.

-If you are banned, you lose everything you ever bought (roommates or kids can do this for you)

-They don't guarantee lifelong console support to play your games when you are 80

-Playing offline is not possible

-No market pricing, meaning low quality games will be $60 until one company says so

Hey, I don't sell my games. I have a stack of 360 games that's 6 feet tall. I would like to get back to these when I am retired, which is uncertain with the prior idea. It wasn't bad. They should have figured to link a disc's unique Id with a user or refine it a little better. Maybe next time.

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