Xbox One will come with a 500 GB hard drive which cannot be replaced by users, unlike the current Xbox 360 hard drives, Microsoft has confirmed. However, players can add additional storage to their console’s via third-party USB 3.0 devices. Engadget reports that Xbox One’s hard drive is “non-user-serviceable,” but Microsoft’s senior director of product planning Albert Penello confirmed to the site that third-party USB 3.0 devices can be used for storing game files, saves, music, movies, and more. You can check out all the details regarding Microsoft’s next generation console here. Source: Microsoft Confirms Xbox One Hard Drives Cannot Be Replaced - Gamekicker.com Not this route again *-)...Hddhackr 2.0 for xbox one? Expect them to release different hdd versions of the console. Maybe no limit for usb devices?