Worth committing to memory
Microsoft has detailed a new Xbox 360 system update that boosts the console's external USB drive support up to 2TB.
The previous memory cap was a paltry 32GB - even if you plugged in larger-sized devices.
Microsoft's firmware refresh rolls out soon to those signed up for the Xbox 360 dashboard beta programme. A full public launch will then follow soon after.
The update also removes the Xbox 360's previous method of reserving hard drive space in advance, to maximise the amount of free room on your drive.
Increased hard drive support has been one of the most-requested features for Xbox 360 on the official Xbox Feedback website.
While monthly Xbox One updates continue, this is the first major addition to the Xbox 360 in some time. The creation of a dashboard beta programme similar to Xbox One suggests that Microsoft has more updates planned.