If you're one of the few Xbox 360 owners without at least 256 MB memory card or hard drive, don't worry: Microsoft has you covered.
The company Friday announced that it will soon unveil a storage solution to any Xbox 360 owners unable to free up 128 MB of storage space, which will be required once the New Xbox Experience launches next month.
"While we expect the majority of consumers to download the New Xbox Experience without a problem, a small percentage of Xbox 360 owners do not have enough memory to accommodate the update," Microsoft said in a statement.
"To help ensure all Xbox Live members are able to download the New Xbox Experience and enjoy its new features, Microsoft will be offering storage solutions to the Xbox LIVE community. We are not sharing details of this offering yet. Be sure to check xbox.com."
Thumb drive firmware upgrade, perhaps? Free memory cards? We shall see.
This story, "Microsoft Promises Xbox Storage Upgrade" was originally published by GamePro.