As you may know, the Xbox Series X has a 1 TB SSD. How much storage can you actually use?
One of the great advantages of the next generation of consoles is the hard drive. Where the older generation of consoles still work with an HDD, the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 get an SSD. This has a huge advantage in terms of speed. Games will load faster, which is also a lot of fun.
To keep the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 price interesting, the size of the SSD is limited. So you effectively have 1 TB of storage with the Xbox Series X, but how much is actually usable? You have of course a system that runs on the console. According to GameSpot, the OS takes up about 200 GB. As a result, you effectively have 800 GB available to install games.
Digital games take up the most space. In 2020 it is quite normal for a large game to consume more than 100 GB from your hard drive. If you buy a game on a disc, the game is less important for the storage. After all, part of the game can be loaded from the disc.
The Xbox Series X always has room for a blu-ray disc. The PlayStation 5 comes in two variants. As a digital version and one with a blu-ray player.
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