Xbox One Hardrive question.

Hi, I would like to know what happens when your Hard Drive Storage is used up on the Xbox One. The problem I have is my storage is going to be used up soon very fast with the amount of games I'm buying this year and would like to know what happens after there is no more space left please.
 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 19 Applies to:

You will have to delete games to make room for more.

As long as you are connected to Live your saves will be safely stored in the cloud.

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I knew that but it's unefficient, is there anyway in the future to increase your storage?

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Unfortunately you can't change the hard drive in the xbox one for a larger one.

You are stuck with the 500GB HDD.

It wouldn't be so bad if you could use USB drives but I have no idea if Microsoft will ever allow them.

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Ok thanks.

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I have heard down the road of an external HD that may come out to allow more capacity. Date unknown, yet this would make sense as they are trying to push a digital age and with such low capacity HD this certainly would be an issue.

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