The Seagate Xbox Expansion Card Has Officially Dropped In Price

Now slightly more affordable!

Hot off the official reveal of only the second brand to offer an Xbox Expansion Card, the previous sole proprietor of officially-licensed Xbox Series X|S storage expansions, Seagate, has dropped the prices on its cards.

Although retailers have steadily been offering deals on them already, the RRP of both the 1TB and 2TB Seagate Expansion Card for Xbox has officially been lowered. The 1TB version now carries a recommended retail price of $299 AUD (originally $359) and the 2TB is $549 (originally $699.

For comparison, the upcoming WD_Black C50 cards for Xbox have been priced at $79.99 USD (approximately $120 AUD) for 500GBB or $149.99 USD (approximately $225 AUD) for 1TB, with final local pricing still to be determined.

You can find the Seagate Storage Expansion Card at the below prices at local retailers:

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Key features of the Seagate Storage Expansion Card for Xbox Series X|S include:

  • Add up to 2TB of peak performance storage to Xbox Series X or S without sacrificing performance
  • Compatible with the Xbox Velocity Architecture – providing faster load times, richer environments and more immersive gameplay
  • Replicates the performance of the Xbox Velocity Architecture when playing games that have been optimised for Xbox Series X
  • Quick resume. Gamers can switch between multiple titles in seconds from either the internal SSD or the expansion card
  • Easy plug in and play, or remove the card and take games on-the-go

You can find out more here.