It will be an optional feature that developers may or may not implement.
The start of the new generation is right around the corner and the new hardware that Sony Y Microsoft They are going to offer us promises to mark a before and after in the world of video games. We practically know new information every day and now we bring you very interesting news about Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S related to it storage.
As you know, Series X will bring an SSD of 1 TB, but it will actually offer 802GB to the user. In the case of the S Series, the capacity is even smaller, with a 512 GB SSD. At the moment we do not know if in Series S there will also be a significant cut of the useful space, but there is news about the storage management on new Microsoft machines.
On Larry Hryb’s podcast and as GamesRadar notes, Xbox Director of Program Management Jason Ronald announced that Series X and Series S will allow you to uninstall specific parts of the games for free up storage space. This is an optional feature that developers may or may not implement.
Ronald explained the new functionality: “Suppose you play a campaign and then you want to focus exclusively on multiplayer. If the developers choose to support it, you can uninstall the campaign itself, so that you can have more control over how you are using storage, so you really get manage better the available capacity “.
“We have made improvements to the user interface to facilitate storage management “, added Ronald. This may save us the 249 euros that SSD storage cards that can be inserted in the new Xbox will cost. It is also interesting to remember that if you have Xbox One games in a external hard drive, you can use it on Xbox Series and play instantly.
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