As part of today’s Amazon sale on Western Digital and SanDisk storage, you can find the lowest ever price for the 4TB WD Black P10 Game Drive. It’s a terrific offer if you’re looking to bump up the storage space with an external hard drive for PS4, Xbox One or PC.
As we’re seeing more and more nowadays, install sizes for games are becoming a bit ridiculous. As regular updates to games like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Destiny 2 show, it’s not long before they’re ballooning up to over 100GB in size. Your internal storage vanishes with just a few of these installed. And then you might need to cull a few other favourites to make room for new games.
Handily, you can solve this problem with an external hard drive for your console or PC. And it’s worth taking a look at the 4TB WD Black P10 Game Drive is while it’s down to $95.99.
All you need to do is plug the external hard drive into a spare USB port on your PS4, Xbox One or PC and you’ll be ready to go. You can transfer existing games onto it or simply start filling it up with new stuff to play. Better still, if you’re thinking of getting a PS5 or Xbox Series X, you can bring any backwards compatible games to the new console using it, too!
It’s a deal that’s almost of par with last month’s sale on the 5TB version of the exact same drive. That was only a few bucks more for a whole extra 1TB of space at $100.
Still, this latest offer is a great price on the slightly smaller drive. And it’ll give you more than enough room for a fairly substantial games library.
The Western Digital and SanDisk sale is only live until the end of the day, so don’t miss your chance to grab one of these while you can.
You can always keep up to date with all the latest gaming offers over at Jelly Deals, too. We’ve got our regularly updated pages dedicated to the best external hard drive for PS4 and best Xbox One external hard drive. Plus, all the info you might need if you’re considering a PS5 or Xbox Series X once pre-orders become available.
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