Xbox One to get external drive support, real names and new SmartGlass features in June update


Microsoft has another software update for its Xbox One video game console in the pipeline, this time adding support for external storage solutions, real names and OneGuide in new international markets. When it goes live in June, players will be able to connect two external hard drives to their system, increasing the console’s capacity to store games, media and apps. Each drive will need to be at least 256 GB and support USB 3.0, however. Microsoft suggests the feature could also be used for playing content at another person’s house. Although you’ll need an Xbox Live account to verify ownership,...

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