Xbox Series X Development Chief Jason Ronald has just confirmed that their next-gen console will allow users to uninstall different parts of the games. In an official Xbox Podcast with Larry Hyrb, Jason said that If a player wants to play multiplayer-only, he can uninstall the campaign parts of the game. This will tremendously save space, and allow users to get more control of their storage.
“Even beyond the hardware, we’ve actually made user interface improvements to make it easier for you to manage your storage. As an example, one of the new features that we’re adding is actually for. If a title chooses to support it, the ability to selectively uninstall different components of the game.
“So, let’s say you play a campaign as an example, and then you want to focus exclusively on multiplayer.” Jason said In Podcast “If the developers chose to support it, you can actually uninstall the campaign itself so you can be more in control of how you’re actually using your storage, so that you really get the most benefit out of the available storage that you have.”
Sony had already announced, that PS5 would have this feature. Nobody Expected the same news from Series X, but here we are. This feature is really important because these days most of the games have file size close to 100 GB. Some even have 200 GB. Xbox Series X will allow players to Install specific parts, therefore saving a huge chunk of space.
There has been a lot about Xbox Series X Storage lately. Very recently, we heard about its 200 GB System Files. The Console is advertised as 1 TB, but in actual, there is only 800 GB of space available. This is sort of similar to what happened with the Xbox One, which also featured 320 GB Space in 500 GB Variant. Further, Microsoft also announced the price of Expansion Storage and revealed loading times of many games Including Final Fantasy XV.