Seagate and Xbox gaming consoles seem to go hand and hand given the company are periodically releasing some sort of new themed Game Drive for the Xbox system. The company released the Gears 5 Game Drive not too long ago, review coming soon, and now they have the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order version available for pre-sale.
These themed drives aren’t much different from the original Game Drive other than the graphics on the enclosure. But even so, we all have our favorite games and having a themed drive is fun for many. That being said, the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order drive has the following features and specifications:
- Themed with the Star Wars Purge trooper
- Offers a 2TB capacity which should facilitate 50-plus Xbox titles (depending on file size)
- Built with matching Xbox firmware for seamless gameplay
- Portable plug-and-play drive connects to any Xbox One USB port for auto-detection installation
The collectible Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order themed special edition Game Drive for Xbox features the iconic and imposing Purge trooper character – a specialized class of Imperial soldier trained and equipped to assist the Inquisitors in hunting down Jedi and other Force-sensitive beings who threaten the Empire.
Helping you jump right into the action, set up of the Game Drive is a snap. Simply plug it into your Xbox One console, and it is instantly recognized and installed through a quick and easy-to-follow setup process. With USB 3.0 speeds, games played from the drive will perform as if they were playing directly from the console’s internal hard drive.
Game Drive for Xbox is small enough to slip into a pocket, does not need a separate power cord and can store more than 50 downloaded games plus downloadable add-ons and achievements for continued gameplay on Xbox One, Xbox One S, or Xbox One X consoles.Seagate
This new Game Drive is available for pre-order now for US$99.99 and Seagate is limiting the run of these so best to act fast if you’re itching for one.
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