Microsoft's next-gen Xbox Series S will arrive with 512GB of custom SSD storage when it launches on November 10th, but reportedly only 364GB of that space will be available for games and apps.
This has been suggested by the lucky customer who received their Series S a whole week earlier than expected yesterday, informing fans on Reddit of the available storage figure when questioned.
It might sound a little disappointing on paper, but it's certainly not unexpected - the original Xbox One featured a similar figure of 362GB, and the Xbox Series X also faces similar restrictions with its available space.
Fortunately, the Xbox Series S does support external drives for playing backwards compatible games, as well as storing next-gen titles until you're ready to play them. There's also the option of the Seagate 1TB Expansion Card which matches the internal drive exactly, although it costs almost as much as the Series S itself!
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