The Xbox One's biggest titles continue to grow in size, making it easier than ever to fill your console's internal storage. External hard drives are the way to go, with USB 3.0 support opening the console to a vast assortment of third-party solutions. To help you expand that storage, we rounded up the best external hard drives for Xbox One that won't break the bank.

Sleek and stylish: WD 1TB My Passport Portable External Hard Drive

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Add a splash of color to your Xbox One setup with WD's My Passport range. Starting at $53 for 1TB, you'll get WD's reliable drive technology, shrouded in one of six colored plastic shells.

From $51 at Amazon

Budget drive: Toshiba Canvio Basics 1TB Portable External Hard Drive

Toshiba's 1TB Canvio Basic drives are simple, compact, and among the cheapest Xbox-compatible drives. Tripling storage of entry-level Xbox One consoles, it's the perfect budget upgrade to pair with internal storage.

$50 at Amazon

Expand your library: Seagate Expansion 1TB Portable External Hard Drive

While Seagate offers a dedicated line of licensed Xbox One drives, its Expansion lineup bears similar internals. Direct from the reputable hard drive manufacturer, get started at a lower price.

$50 at Amazon

More for your money: WD 2TB Elements Portable External Hard Drive

Leap to 2TB with this WD Elements drive, delivering a low-cost storage upgrade for a few extra bucks. It's barebones, cutting surplus software, so it's ideal for simple plug-and-play with Xbox One.

$64 at Amazon

High capacity, low price: Seagate Expansion 4TB Portable External Hard Drive

This 4TB Seagate Expansion drive is all you need, hitting the highest capacity of its USB-powered drives. Formidable speeds and space for dozens of games make this ideal for any frequent gamer.

$90 at Amazon

The Toshiba Canvio Basics and WD My Passport 1TB drives sit among our top picks for buyers on a budget, securing a low price and great gaming results. However, don't overlook the benefits of larger alternatives for Xbox One, with the WD 2TB Elements packing double the capacity for just a $10 premium.

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