Amazon Prime Day UK Deal: Xbox One's Official 2 TB Hard Drive On Sale

More space. More games.

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With games ballooning in size it's usually a good idea to have external storage options for your gaming console of choice. For those on Xbox One looking for a little extra space, the UK's Amazon Prime Day has a deal going that is worth considering. As part of its sale--check out our roundup of the best gaming deals for everything--the official Seagate 2 TB hard drive is available for £65, down from £88. This is pretty handy if you download a lot of games digitally or have a bunch of installs taking up precious memory.

Since it's just a standard USB input, you're not limited to using the hard drive just on Xbox devices, you can--if you so choose--plug it in to a PC or even a PS4 for a quick memory expansion. It just might just be a little strange to see the iconic Xbox green sitting next to a PlayStation device.

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This discount is only available to Amazon Prime members, but if you haven't already subscribed, there's a few workarounds that can get you signed up for free for a limited time or discounted if you're a student. Check out our breakdown of Everything You Need To Know About Amazon Prime Day 2018 for more on that. We've also got 7 tips to get the most out of Prime Day 2018 if you're looking to be extra savvy while shopping.

If you haven't already got an Xbox One but are thinking of buying one, the Xbox One S is on sale as part of Prime Day. It's the 1 TB Xbox One S model and it comes with Sea of Thieves, Forza Horizon 3, Minecraft Explorers Pack, a vertical stand, and an extra controller.

For those that are already Amazon Prime subscribers, Twitch, the online streaming platform Amazon owns, is giving away some free games. You can learn all about those and see some of the freebies the retailer is dishing out in our pre-Amazon Prime Day deals article.

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