Why You Need Xbox’s New Expandable Storage – IGN Daily Fix

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    Microsoft has revealed the price for the new storage expansion card, and it ain’t cheap! But if you’re concerned about hard drive space (especially if you’re planning on getting an Xbox Series S) you might just have to suck it up and fork over the cash. Sydnee explains why. And if you’re enjoying Among Us, you might be bummed to hear they’re canceling the sequel. But fret not! The devs have something else planned. And a previously Japan-only Nier game is making its way Stateside. It’s your Daily Fix! #ign #gaming #xbox

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