Game Drive and Game Drive Hub feature Xbox green LED lighting that complements the modern generation of gaming consoles. While both drives are connected and powered with high-speed USB 3.2 Gen 1 (USB 3.0), Game Drive does not need a separate power cord.
Both drives can be installed through Xbox OS in just two minutes.
Complementing the design of the new Xbox console, Game Drive Hub can stand vertically or horizontally, giving gamers flexibility. It also features front-facing USB-C and USB-A ports, and a form factor so players can connect and power other gaming peripherals in one place. With up to 8TB of capacity, Game Drive Hub for Xbox builds the ultimate game vault without sacrificing titles.
Game Drive is also available as a collectable for Halo fans. Celebrating the next launch of Halo Infinite, the collectable drive is specially designed by Seagate, Xbox, and 343 Industries.
Tagged with exclusive artwork inspired by Halo and the iconic hero Master Chief's aesthetic, and packed with customisable LEDs, the officially licensed Game Drive– Halo Infinite SE is a visual showcase for the die-hard Halo fan.
The three new drives include three-years of Rescue Data Recovery Services and a one-year limited warranty.
With shipments starting this month, Seagate’s Game Drive for Xbox is available at all good retailers in capacities of 2TB ($119), (NZ$139) and 4TB ($199) (NZ$229), Game Drive Hub for Xbox is available at all good retainers in an 8TB ($379) (NZ$429) capacity, and Game Drive for Xbox – Halo Infinite SE is available in late November in capacities of 2TB ($119) (NZ$139) and 5TB ($219) (NZ$249).