Xbox One HDD Is Full At 362GB

When Microsoft launched the Xbox One in November, it did so without a way for their owners to find out how much free space was left on their 500 GB hard drive. At the time, Microsoft said that storage management was “automatic”, adding, “By being smart about how storage is managed, Xbox One keeps everyone playing, watching, and sharing their entertainment content rather than worry about limitations.”

Well, as it turns out it is possible to max out the available storage on an Xbox One if you install enough games and apps on its hard drive. IGN posted up a video that shows the maximum amount of available space on the drive for users is about 362 GB or so.

That limit was reached after installing 20 of the Xbox One’s 23 launch titles. In a statement sent to IGN, Microsoft said the rest of the 500 GB space is used for the OS and the first party apps that are already available on the console.

While most people won’t be buying and installing all of the Xbox One’s launch games, the hard drive space issue will become a problem down the road as more and more games for the console are released. Microsoft has promised that it will update the console to accept external hard drives but so far there’s no word on when that will be released.

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About Stimo

Reviewer at NGXN

Posted on 10/12/2013, in News and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I still find it absolutely ludicrous that in 2013 we are still given a 500GB hard drive (with no chance to upgrade it).
    To be honest, this is another reason going completely digital just isn’t viable on X1. It’s one thing to have to delete/reinstall games using blu-rays, but its completely different when we are talking managing 35GB downloads!

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