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Seagate Unveils New Starfield Special Edition Game Drive and Game Hub for Xbox

Starfield players can now explore the depths of gaming – and open space – while making Constellation proud. Seagate Technology Holdings plc (NASDAQ: STX) today announced the company’s Starfield Special Edition Game Drive and Game Hub for Xbox, taking Seagate’s popular line of storage for gamers to the next level. The new external hard drives deliver speed and high capacity to make the Xbox gamer’s journey through the universe unforgettable.

Officially licensed by Bethesda and wrapped in exclusive artwork commemorating the explorers from Constellation, the Game Drive and Game Hub display a design that feels pulled directly from the Settled Systems of Starfield. Featuring customizable RGB LED lighting, the drives bring the majesty of the stars to the gamers’ ecosystem. Available with up to 5 TB of capacity, the Game Drive is lightweight in design, making it easy to take an entire library on-the-go. The Game Drive and the Game Hub are connected and powered with high-speed USB 3.2 Gen 1, and the Game Drive does not need a separate power cord, making it easy for gamers to play from anywhere. Designed to work with Xbox Series X|S or Xbox One, both drives are easily installed through Xbox OS in under two minutes so gamers can launch into action.

Available with 8 TB of capacity, the Game Hub empowers gamers to save the universe from the comfort of their home. The Game Hub features front-facing USB-C and USB-A ports, and a versatile compact form factor so gamers can connect and power other gaming peripherals in one place. Designed to stand vertically or horizontally, the Game Hub also gives gamers flexibility in the layout of their gaming station.

The new drives include three-years of Rescue Data Recovery Services and a one-year limited warranty, giving gamers peace of mind. With pre-orders starting today and wide availability in September, the Seagate Starfield Special Edition Game Drive for Xbox is available in capacities of 2 TB (US$109.99) and 5 TB (US$169.99) and the Seagate Starfield Special Edition Game Hub for Xbox is available in an 8 TB (US$239.99) capacity.

 

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