The two latest iterations (Xbox 360 and Xbox One) offer cloud storage capabilities that allow players to access their game saves from any Xbox console.
This storage also serves as a reliable backup in the event of a console breaking; with these powerful features, players can continue to game virtually anywhere, at any time.
It’s all a matter of connecting to the cloud offered through a typical Xbox Live subscription; enabling the system to allow for cloud saved games is half the battle. From there, players can choose to save their games on the cloud instead of a local cache.
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To see more in-depth instructions, pointers, and pros/cons regarding Xbox’s innovative cloud storage capabilities, check out Branko Vlajin’s tutorial at Cloudwards HERE.
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