The digital-only machine has about a Call of Duty’s worth of space.
We are a week away now from Microsoft launching not one, but two, next generation consoles. They will have both their high-end Xbox Series X and the more low-end and affordable Series S. The latter has proven to be something of a controversial tech with developers, some thinking it’ll be fine with others having concerns that it could be confusing for a variety of reasons. One thing that’s sure to add some fuel to the fire is the amount of usable space it allegedly has.
Reddit poster uspead20 has alleged to have gotten the system a full week early, with a picture to apparently prove it. He says that the system has 364 GB usable for games and apps of the system’s installed 512 GB SSD. For comparison, Sony’s PS5 will have 664 GB of usable storage while the Series S’s big brother, the Series X, will have 802 GB.
For now we have to file this under rumor since this is not official, but the math checks out. We probably won’t know from official channels for a little while. It’s not much, in the end, especially when you have the Call of Duty titles of the world. We’ll see when the Xbox Series S releases on November 10th alongside the Xbox Series X