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Battlefield 4 on Xbox 360 Requires a Hard Drive November 1, 2013

Posted by Maniac in Game News.
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Only some of the Xbox 360 units sold at retail include Hard Drives, but this isn’t usually that big a deal.  Up until earlier this year, the Xbox 360 only required a Hard Drive for certain tasks like Halo Co-Op play, or for playing backwards compatible original Xbox games.  Because of that, some of you may have avoided needing to pick up a Hard Drive for your Xbox 360.  However, If your plan is to play Battlefield 4 from EA, I’m sorry to say that your luck has run out.

In the past, Microsoft has a stated policy that games can be installed to USB flash memory, provided there was adequate free space, but it was not recommended.  Battlefield 4’s developers have made it clear that the game installation cannot be performed on a USB flash drive, so if you want to play Battlefield 4 on your Xbox 360, you’re going to need an official Xbox 360 Hard Drive.

To help any Battlefield 4 players who don’t know how to install their new Hard Drives, here’s a quick how-to guide.

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Xbox Live Terms of Service Updated November 1, 2013

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Some of you may have some problems logging into Xbox Live today.  No, you don’t have a problem with your account.  Microsoft has once again updated the Xbox Live Terms of Service and because of that, require that you reaccept their updated terms before you can be allowed to log back into Live.

It is highly likely that the TOS was updated in advance of the Xbox One launch next month.  Once you accept the new terms, you should have no issues getting your Xbox 360 back online.