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Seagate Game Drive for PS4 Announced


Seagate Game Drive for PS4 Announced

Sony opens PS4 USB ports to attach compatible external drives

Today Seagate announced the Game Drive for PS4, a 2TB external hard drive upgrade built and tested for PlayStation® 4 gaming—inside and out. Seagate Game Drive for PS4 takes advantage of the recent PS4 software update that added external storage support for the first time. Top features of the Seagate Game Drive for PS4 include space to easily store 50+ games, quick set up and ultra portability.

Seagate Game Drive for PS4 Announced

Store More Games

With 2TB of storage Seagate Game Drive for PS4 can easily store 50+ games—that’s enough room for the classics and the hottest new releases without having to delete anything. Game Drive’s USB 3.0 connection gives full-speed gaming—just like playing from the console’s internal drive. Plus it is compatible with any generation of PS4 (System Software version 4.50 or higher).

Set Up Within Minutes

Plug the external drive directly into any USB port on the console. PS4 recognizes Seagate Game Drive for PS4 and quickly walks the user through a simple setup that takes less than three minutes. This is a PlayStation-approved process that will not void the console warranty or PlayStation Network account.

Super Portable

Load games on one drive and take them all—everywhere. Gamers can play on a friend’s PS4 console by just signing in to their PlayStation Network account, and then continue progress on their console when they return home. The black with blue aluminum enclosure is sleek and tough. Plus it’s USB-powered so no extra power adapter is necessary.

Availability

The Seagate Game Drive for PS4 joins Seagate’s popular line of storage solutions for gamers. It will be available this month at select Seagate resellers for an MSRP of $89.99. Learn more at www.seagate.com.

About Seagate

Seagate is deeply rooted in the history and heritage of the storage industry. Over the past 35 years, we have evolved the way storage technology works, progressing from the mass production of the 5.25” disk drive—which allowed the accessibility of the personal computer—to innovating cloud storage solutions.


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