Battlefield 4 Xbox 360 users Should have the Option to Install to USD Flash Drives
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There are hundreds of thousands of Xbox 360 Slim users who don't have an external harddrive for gaming but use USB Flash Drives, or even unofficial harddrives formatted to 32GB so they have extra space, Battlefield 4 gamers can't buy an Xbox 360 $120 harddrive as a fix for playing a game that will be available for next-gen consoles. Battlefield gamers ask EA to send out an update to fix this installation problem to allow gamers to install the mandatory 2GB to any xbox 360 formatted drive. Owners of the game are end-users and it should be their decision to where they want to install the game even if it works choppy by installing it to a Flash Drive or a harddrive that's been customised to being partitioned to 32GB. If EA use their current view on PCs then only users with i7s and 8GB Ram would be able to play it, because its the way to play Battlefield 4, most xbox 360 users use good quality Flash Drives, thus installation to Flash Drives should be an option.
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